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    The experience of these inspector sir of Pilibhit suggests that if you do not want to disturb the work, then use Reetha, Shikakai or good shampoo!

    Simians Giving Hair Care Treatment to Indian Policeman, Twitterati Amused

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    New Delhi (Sputnik): A viral video of a monkey giving personal hair care treatment to a police officer has led to widespread amusement among netizens across India.

    The 45-second video was posted by an Additional Superintendent of Uttar Pradesh Police Rahul Shrivastav and shows a monkey busy pulling out lice from a police officer’ hair, while the latter is casually engrossed in his work.

    Recorded at a local police station of a small town called Pilibhit in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh (UP), the video has been viewed over 50,000 times on Twitter.

    ​“The experience of this Pilibhit inspector suggests that if you do not want interference during work, use reetha, shikakai (herbs) or good shampoo,” Shrivastav’s caption posted in Hindi translated to.

    Twitterati, as well as media houses in India have been sharing the video along with hilarious captions ever since.

    ​The video has amused the Twitterati.

    ​Video tales of mischievous monkeys have been all over the Internet lately. 

    In June, Bollywood megastar Salman Khan recorded and shared a clipping of himself offering water to a monkey who refused to accept the water in a plastic bottle but swallowed it up when offered it in a glass. 

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    Hamara bajrangi bhaijaan plastic ki bottle se paani nahi peeta . .

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    Earlier this week, Yolanda Amadeo, the Chief Meteorologist of US-based news organisation WALB-TV had her wig pulled off on live television by a curious lemur at the Georgia National Fair.



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