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Giant lizard climbs store shelves in Thailand 7-Eleven

A store employee called the police who then brought reptile handlers to catch the Godzilla-esque creature.

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April 8, 2021, 6:30 PM CEST By Natalie Obregon

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Shoppers got more than they bargained for at a Thailand 7-Eleven store when a giant monitor lizard walked in and climbed store shelves.

People can be heard screaming and laughing in the background as the lizard reaches the top of a shelf and sprawls out near an ice machine.

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Watch: Massive monitor lizard rampages through Thai supermarket; shoppers  panic as it climbs onto a shelf1040 × 583

Narumpa Tangsin recorded the now-viral video on his phone in Nakhon Pathom, a town just outside Bangkok, according to video news website Newsflare.

A store employee called the police who then brought reptile handlers to catch the Godzilla-esque creature. The handlers dragged the lizard out of the store and lured it towards a nearby brush.

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Asian Monitor lizards tend to live in canals and ponds in considerably humid climates. It’s unknown why the monitor wandered into the 7-Eleven but it could have been looking for food due to recent months of dry weather with little rain.

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