A Monkey Who Was Travelling In The Plane Was Left Alive.

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Once in America a plane crashed, only a monkey who was travelling in the plane was left alive.

Fortunately, the monkey was intelligent enough to understand our language and reply in actions:

The officials went to see the monkey in the hospital and had a talk with the monkey.

Officer: “When the plane took off what were the travellers doing?”

Monkey: “Tying their belts”

Officer: “What were the air hostesses doing?”

Monkey: “Saying Hello! Good morning!”

Officer: “What were the pilots doing?”

Monkey: “Checking the system.”

Officer: “What were you doing?”

Monkey: “Looking for my people.”

Officer: “After 10′ minutes what were the travellers doing?”

Monkey: “Having beverages and snacks.”

Officer: “What were the air hostesses doing?”

Monkey: “Serving the travellers.”

Officer: “What were the Pilots doing?”

Monkey: “Handling the steering.”

Officer: “What were you doing?”

Monkey: “Eating & throwing.”

Officer: “After 30 minutes what were the travellers doing?”

Monkey: “Some were sleeping and some were reading.”

Officer: “What were the air hostesses doing?”

Monkey: “Makeup.”

Officer: “What were the pilots doing?”

Monkey: “Handling the steering.”

Officer: “What were you doing?”

Monkey: “Nothing.”

Officer: “Just before the plane crash what were the travellers doing?”

Monkey: “All were sleeping.”

Officer: “What were the pilots doing?”

Monkey: “Handling the air hostess.”

Officer: “What were you doing?”

Monkey: “Handling the steering!”