Monkey kills proprietor with coconut

NAKHON SRI THAMMARAT: A coconut collector in Nop Phitam District was killed after his favourite monkey dropped a coconut onto his head on February 25.Leurit Chanchum, 48, from Village 4 Tambon Krung Ching, was hired by a neighbor to collect coconuts utilizing his trained macaque. When the monkey was up the tree, it threw down some coconuts to its owner. Child’s play of the heavy nuts hit Mr Leurit square on the pinnacle, knocking him unconscious.A neighbor took him to Tha Sala Hospital, however he by no means regained consciousness and later died from his injury. Mr Leurit’s brother-in-law, 54-year-old Charoon Kaowmee, stated the monkey that threw the lethal coconut is a male named Nong Khwan. Mr Leurit and his youthful brother purchased the monkey in Koh Samui for 6,500 baht. Nong Khwan, a graduate in coconut collecting from the extremely esteemed Monkey College (Withayalai Ling) in Surat Thani, is very intelligent and an professional at amassing coconuts and fruit. He only allowed Mr Leurit and his brother to come close to him, Mr Charoon defined.“Mr Leurit took the monkey coconut amassing daily. He might gather as many as 300 a day and was paid two baht per nut from the tree homeowners. Before the incident, Mr Leurit took Nong Khwan to a house in tambon Krung Ching Village 2 to gather coconuts. “The monkey dutifully ascended the first tree and obtained all the coconuts without any drawback, however after coming back down he refused to go up the next tree. Mr Leurit needed to severely beat the primate before it would go up the tree. When it did finally climb the tree, it was clearly in a foul mood. Instead of twisting or biting off the coconuts one after the other, he started to kick then off all of sudden – until one fell on Mr Leurit’s head,” Mr Charoon said.After the incident, nobody dared go close to the monkey. Mr Leurit’s brother finally got here to take him house, he added.However, one other report mentioned that following the incident the monkey appeared sorrowful and refused to leave the facet of his proprietor until he was taken to hospital. Mr Charoon said that despite the incident the

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