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A BBC camera man returned to his hotel room after a long day filming Komodo dragons, only to find one waiting in his bathroom for him.
The animal, which seemed pretty happy, was found chilling out to the max.
Mark MacEwen, who was in Indonesia to work on the new David Attenborough documentary Planet Earth II - which begins on BBC2 on Sunday, can be heard saying: "We've just got back to where we store our kit and there is a dragon in the bathroom. It's not quite what you expect to find when you go to the toilet."
Although usually docile, Komodo dragons have been known to attack humans in the past. So, Mark and his crew proceeded with caution when it came to dealing with it.
After spending some time scratching their heads and wondering how they were going to get rid of the uninvited guest, the crew managed to coax the lizard out by attaching a chunk of rotten meat on a string - delicious.
Credit: BBC Earth Unplugged
The massive lizard showed no respect for Mark or the hotel and took a shit on the way out. It also failed to leave a tip and, according to a completely made up source, drained the mini bar and ran up a huge bill watching pay-per-view lizard porn on the telly.
The dragon, which I'm going to call Zilla, has previous for stuff like this (probably) and he's actually bared from every Premier Inn in the world after shitting on Lenny Henry's shoes.
A close friend of the dragon told us: "The worst thing that could have happened to him was appearing on that Attenborough show, he thinks he's a rockstar now. He loves nothing more than getting wasted on rip-off mini-bar vodka and then trashing hotel rooms but his little arms are rubbish at throwing television sets out of windows so he just has to crap everywhere. We're planning an intervention"
Featured image credit: BBC Earth Unplugged