As anyone who’s encountered the Madagascan primate, the lemur, would attest, they can be right lively, bitey little bastards.
And their unhelpful shenanigans were on full show when a BBC reporter was sent to file a report on eight of the chompy fuzzballs at Barnham Zoo in Norfolk in the UK.
The journalist, Alex Dunlop, was attempting to deliver an insightful piece to camera on the Zoo’s annual stocktake of its animals.
However, the frisky lemurs were having none of Dunlop’s professionalism and set about mauling the poor reporter live to air.
Following a few nasty nips from their sharp teeth, Dunlop is soon yelling profanities down the camera lens. Check out the unfortunateness below: