“Hello. What aisle are your giant lizards on?”
I was perusing the internet when I saw this video and I knew I had to share it with you.
Can you imagine sauntering around your local grocery store and running into THIS thing climbing up the shelves?
You’d have to call 911 for me because I’d be on the ground in .2 seconds flat.
“Godzilla vs. Kong” wasn’t the only giant lizard drama this week.
A massive Asian water monitor terrified shoppers after going on a “King of the Monsters”-esque rampage through a 7-Eleven in Bangkok, Thailand. The original video tweet of the incident racked up nearly a million views before it was deleted.
The frightful clip, which has been reposted to Facebook, shows the monster reptile scaling a shelf of milk, knocking off cartons and causing onlookers to cry out in shock.
“The shelves are ruined! Oh my God,” a voice can be heard exclaiming about the reptilian interloper, which, at up to 8 feet long, is the world’s second-largest lizard after the Komodo dragon, according to Everything Reptiles.
The clip concludes with the water monitor resting atop the shelf, near the ceiling, while bystanders guffaw in the background.
You can watch the video below:
Apparently, these creatures pose no threat to humans – except for being the scariest-looking things ever.
These predators don’t pose a threat to adult humans, instead choosing to feast on everything from eggs to small mammals and carrion, according to experts at the University of Michigan Museum of Zoology.
Notice the words “adult human.” They have been known to eat small children.
I don’t know about you, but if I lived in Thailand, I’d be using Instacart for all my grocery shopping needs.