‘It came to cook once more’: Thai family gets repeat Elephant visitor in kitchen | World News

Some households residing in a jungle could also be scared of issues going bump at evening, however for one family in Thailand, the sight of an elephant rummaging by their kitchen was not a complete shock.

“It came to cook again,” wrote Kittichai Boodchan sarcastically in a caption to a Facebook video he shot over the weekend of an elephant nosing its manner into his kitchen.

Likely pushed by the midnight munchies, the huge animal pokes its head into Kittichai’s kitchen in the early hours of Sunday, utilizing its trunk to discover meals.

At one level, it picks up a plastic bag of liquid, considers it briefly, after which sticks it in its mouth — earlier than the video cuts out.

Kittichai and his spouse dwell close to a nationwide park in western Thailand, by a lake the place wild elephants usually bathe whereas roaming in the jungle.

He was unperturbed by the mammoth mammal, recognising it as a frequent visitor because it usually wanders into properties in his village the place it eats, leaves and shoots off again into the jungle.

The elephant had truly destroyed their kitchen wall in May, he mentioned, creating an open-air kitchen idea paying homage to a drive-through window.

This weekend, its sole activity was to discover meals.

Kittichai mentioned a basic rule of thumb in coping with unwelcome guests crashing just isn’t to feed them.

“When it doesn’t get food, it just leaves on its own,” he instructed AFP.

“I am already used to it coming, so I was not so worried.”

Wild elephants are a typical sight in Thailand’s nationwide parks and its surrounding areas, with farmers typically reporting incidents of their fruits and corn crops being eaten by a hungry herd.

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