Diana Bunici bitten by a monkey on holiday

Diana Bunici bitten by a monkey on holiday

Diana Bunici and boyfriend Steve Garrigan are living the dream in Bali, but things seem to have taken a nasty turn.

While the pair have been enjoying the beautiful sights of Bali, Diana ran into a bit of trouble with a monkey yesterday as it pulled her hair and bit her shoulder – ouch!

Taking to Instagram, Diana shared a snap of the monkey standing on her shoulder while clutching onto her hair, and the presenter looks understandably a little terrified.

“When monkeys attack…! The cheeky little fella pulled my hair and then full force bit me on the shoulder #stillinpain #cutebutdeadly,” she wrote.

Despite being bitten by a monkey, Diana and Steve look like they’re enjoying the trip of a lifetime on the Indonesian Island.

The happy couple are taking full advantage of their time off as Steve takes a break from his tour with band Kodaline.

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