A video of the virus going online shows a large monitor lizard tapping products and causing chaos in a supermarket. The hair-growing scenes were filmed at the 7 Eleven outlet in Thailand and shared on Twitter by Thai travel agency Mundo Nomada.
In the incredible video, I saw a large reptile sweeping a shelf inside the store, knocking out several objects in the process. Terrified customers were heard screaming and laughing in the background as the giant lizard climbed on top of it. After reaching the surface, it ceased to rest even as the audience continued to film the extraordinary scene.
Watch the video below:
A nice summer shopping in Thai 7 Eleven pic.twitter.com/vh62Armjq7
– பொல் கோமபோசாடா und ล (und முண்டோ_நமடா) April 7, 2021
Since its release on Twitter this afternoon, the video has garnered over 3 million views and hundreds of dazzling comments.
One Twitter user wrote, “Godzilla are real guys,” while another described the scene as a “dream.”
Others, however, found the situation humorous, with one observer saying that the lizard liked some “snacks on the top shelf” and another wrote that it was “wait and tell an employee to reach the top shelf”.
After the video went viral on social media, Mundo Nomada identified the reptile as a monitor lizard in a follow-up tweet. “The animal in the video is an Asian water monitor,” wrote the tour operator. “You can easily find them in Bangkok (formerly Lumbini Park) and other parts of Thailand. They mostly eat carrion. Thai people use the name of this animal as an insult.”
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