Monkey steals iPhone crazy selfie owner finds a lot of photos after retrieving mobile phone

According to foreign media reports, 20-year-old Malaysian student zackrydz rodzi recently shared an interesting story on social networking sites. His iPhone XS Max disappeared at home recently, and found a large number of self portraits after it was retrieved. Not his own, of course, but the monkey who stole the mobile phone. Zackrydz, who lives in southern Johor, recalls leaving his cell phone by his bed before going to bed on Friday night, but woke up Saturday with it gone. < / P > < p > he found the case of the mobile phone under the bed, but there was no sign of robbery in the room. His father said that he had seen a monkey wandering around the house and suggested that he look for it in the jungle behind. < / P > < p > when the iPhone XS Max was lost and recovered, zackrydz was very happy. When he checked the mobile phone, he was even more happy. It turned out that there were a lot of monkeys taking pictures of themselves and a video of eating and broadcasting. “< p > < p > zackrydz said:” my uncle joked that maybe the monkey took pictures with his mobile phone. So when I looked at my phone’s picture library, I was shocked. It’s funny that the suspect’s face is on the screen. ” < / P > < p > he was curious about why the monkey took the iPhone instead of the camera or other things in the room, guessing that the monkey might have mistakenly thought the phone was food because it had some color on its case. Counterpoint announced top 5 best selling models: domestic iPhone 11 tops the list