Shoppers got more than they negotiated in a Thailand 7-Eleven store when a giant monitor key went in and climbed store shelves.
People can be heard screaming and laughing in the background as the lizard reaches the top of a shelf and spreads out near an ice machine.
Narumpa Tangsin recorded the now viral video on his phone in Nakhon Pathom, a city just outside Bangkok, according to video news website Newsflare.
An employee of a store called police, who then brought reptile handlers to catch the Godzilla creature. The merchants pulled the lizard out of the store and lured it against a nearby brush.
Asian Monitor lizards tend to live in canals and ponds in significantly humid climates. It is unknown why the monitor wandered into the 7-Eleven, but it could have been looking for food due to the dry weather of recent months with little rain.
Screens can live up to 22 years in captivity, and some can reach almost six feet in length. It is the second largest lizard in the world behind the Komodo dragon.