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Girl, 3, rescued from monkey that pulled her off scooter and tried to drag her away in China [Video]

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Girl, three, is rescued from a MONKEY after it pulls her off her scooter and tries to drag her away in China

  • The tiny monkey pounced on the toddler, who was playing alone in the street
  • Video shows the monkey violently drag her by the hair down a dark alleyway
  • Luckily an adult passing by stepped in before she could be badly hurt – or lost
  • But the three-year-old was left with a deep scar on her scalp – and bad memories

The is the terrifying moment a monkey leaps at a three-year-old girl playing in the street before dragging her down a dark alleyway.

Eerie video shows the tiny primate pounce at the toddler in a village near Chongqing, southwestern China on Tuesday afternoon.

The little girl was playing alone on her scooter in the quiet street before the monkey crawled up to her, grabbed her head and viciously pulled her into the alley where it came from.

The little girl was playing on her scooter in the quiet street before the monkey (right) pounced

It viciously grabbed her by the hair, pulling her down and scarring the small child's forehead

It viciously grabbed her by the hair, pulling her down and scarring the small child’s forehead

Thankfully a grown-up passerby spotted the attempted kidnapping and chased the monkey down the street before saving the child.

But the three-year-old was left with a scar on her head – and a horrible memory she won’t forget.

Local officials tied the monkey to numerous other attacks in the local area, according to the Global Times

This was its first attack on a child.

The girl’s mother said she had been cooking inside. A neighbour then told Mrs Liu what happened and she checked surveillance footage.

Horrible footage then shows the monkey drag the girl across the street, towards the alley it came from

Thankfully the small child was spared of severe wounds

Horrible footage then shows the monkey drag her across the street into the alley it came from

Mum Mrs Liu (holding the victim) said she was cooking inside at the time of the violent ambush

Mum Mrs Liu (holding the victim) said she was cooking inside at the time of the violent ambush

Her daughter was taken to hospital for treatment and a vaccination.

Police were unable to catch the monkey, which came from nearby mountains.

Once caught, cops said it will be handed in to the wild animal protection agency.

The local forestry department told the media wild monkey attacks are rare.



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