A monkey hacked into an ATM

A monkey hacked into an ATM and fled before the police arrived.

A monkey from the Langur family attacked a financial institution. A funny incident took place on May 6 in the capital of India, New Delhi.

Wild primate broke into the building and got interested in the objects in the hall. First, he paid attention to a broom left by a janitor and then moved to a cash dispenser.

The animal jerked the front panel of the device and it opened. Monkey, as in the famous fable Krylov about her relative and glasses, did not understand the purpose and value of the papers inside. The monkey jumped on the open lid and ran away, not taking a single bill.

Police officers who arrived on the call found a damaged ATM and a videotape from the CCTV camera that captured the tail of the criminal.


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