A family from Australia's Sunshine Coast in Queensland which was on a 'dream holiday' in Bali was in a for a surprise when they started checking the photos from the vacation.
Judy Hicks, her husband Simon and their three kids Elijah, Jimmy, and Kayleigh went to the island nation in December 2018. Among the several places they visited was the famous Ubud Monkey Forest.
The family of five were excited about sharing such a close space with the monkeys who numbered in hundreds in the sacred forest.
During the visit, the guide who was with them asked them if they wanted to take a photo, to which they agreed. But as they did, a monkey came in front of the camera. The moment for the family was amusing as the guide who was carrying peanuts fed the monkey.
But later when Judy and her family began going through the photos, they noticed that the same monkey had photobombed in our of their pictures.
The family had a laugh it about and said that they made great memories there.
The photo was posted on social media this week and went viral.
In a similar incident by photobombing by a one from the animal kingdom that happened this week, a 34-year-old Pepperdine University professor was photo-bombed by a seagull.
Thirty-four-year-old Alicia Jessop had planned to finally visit New England and try her first-ever lobster roll. What she didn’t plan for was capturing a now-viral photo of the moment a seagull tried to snag her pricey sandwich as she was lining up the perfect shot.
She spent about 20 seconds framing her Instagram shot, maneuvering her hands holding the lobster roll in the perfect position so her phone could capture the sandwich and the Nubble Lighthouse in the background.
The professor said as she took the picture, she felt something rustle her hand. She immediately thought she dropped the lobster roll.