CHANGZHOU, CHINA — A crafty little monkey in China was able to get a hold of its keeper's smartphone and did what everyone else is doing these days—made a bunch of online purchases.
According to a report on Jiangsu TV, the hilarious incident happened at the Yancheng Wild Animal World in the Jiangsu city of Changzhou.
Looks like zoo worker Lu Mengmeng was using her phone to look at some stuff online one day while she was working with the animal, when the monkey got hungry.
Lu then left the room to get some food, but forgot to bring her phone.
A few days later, a bunch of packages showed up at the office addressed to Lu. She thought it was strange because she didn't remember ordering anything.
She then went back to check the surveillance video and found that the monkey was the culprit.
Footage shows the monkey picking up the phone before going on an online shopping spree.
Lu told media that the monkey has grown up watching her play on her phone and make purchases over Chinese e-commerce site Taobao.
Apparently the monkey knows how to shop too, because Lu says she plans on keeping the stuff. Guess that's what you call monkey business.