Industrialist Anand Mahindra shared a funny video on his Twitter profile of two boys playing with a lemur. The video, filmed in Madagascar and owned by National Geographic, shows the monkeys asking the boys to keep scratching their backs. Mr Mahindra tagged his post with the hashtag on Friday, suggesting the video had put him in the weekend mood. The clip was shared by one user, Imran Solanki, and the chairman of Mahindra Group tweeted it.
“Someone must have told that lemur about the old principle, ‘If you scratch my back, I’ll scratch your back.’ The lemur seems to have conveniently forgotten the second part,” Mr Mahindra said in his said in the tweet.
The hilarious tweet split the internet.
“He didn’t forget! He’s the king!” commented one user, referring to King Julian, the character from the animated film Madagascar. Another said: “Or maybe there is no clear time to scratch.”
“Yes, Sirji, but first the lemur must be content with you scratching my as
The businessman continues to interact with his followers, posting funny videos and re-sharing what Twitter users share.
Last week, Mr Mahindra celebrated the end of the Ganesh Chaturthi festival in a unique way, sharing a clip of a baby elephant flapping its trunk.
He shared the video on Twitter, with the caption: “I think Bappa is saying goodbye to us with his suitcase… We say: Ganpati Bappa Morya, Pudhchya Varshi Lavkar Ya! Until next year.”
On Monday, he spoiled his followers with a video of “the best Bolero driver in the world.” The 36-second video shared by Mr Mahindra shows an elephant dashing towards a Bolero SUV made by his company.