Monkey kills master with coconut
An overworked monkey has taken revenge on his owner, killing him with a coconut.
Thai man Leilit Janchoom, 48, forced the animal to retrieve the fruit which were then sold for about 10c each.
The monkey, named Brother Kwan, reportedly hated being forced to climb as high as 50m but was given beatings if he did not do as his master wished.
It is believed that the frustrated primate eventually snapped, launching a coconut at Janchoom from a high branch at the Thai province of Nakorn Sri Thammarat.
He died at the scene from a head injury.
Janchoom’s widow said that Brother Kwan "seemed lovable" when they bought him for about $275, UK newspaper The Telegraph reports.
It is not clear what happened to the animal after the attack.