An adult monkey roamed around in the Parliament House recently. The monkey jumped on tables and chairs for around 30 minutes and failed to find an exit.
Later, he found his way into the reading room meant for MPs and journalists. Finally, he found his way to the main door and left by the main gate of the building, from the side meant for VIPs.
Security staff had to rush and close the way to the place where MPs, ministers and journalists, along with the catering staff, are always present in good numbers. Though langoors were appointed a while back to shoo away monkeys, but since they left, the monkey gang is back again!
The news reached Twitter and, like always, Twitterati couldn’t stop themselves from taking a dig at the ministers.
https://t.co/ADnvRDe0Un? A monkey spends 30 minutes in the reading room of parliament.
Still, more than many MPs spend there na? 😇
— Abhijeet (@abhic4ever) July 29, 2016
Theres nothing new in it, there a bunch of them almost every day 😂
Monkey spends 30 minutes in Parliament
— Gaurang Thosani (@gaurangthosani) July 29, 2016
Our MP monkey!
Our MP, monkey of Parliament pic.twitter.com/k8LqWwM0l5
— Rumi (@FutureStick) July 15, 2016
You cheeky monkey!
@axolotl74 The last use of the word Monkey in parliament was an MP being heckled with “You cheeky monkey!”
— Robert Wells (@weaselspoon) June 30, 2016
Our ministers really need to spend some time at the Parliament House. Else, the day isn’t far when it will be run by monkeys!