Pupils at a local Stoke-on-Trent High School were looking forward to a long-arranged day trip to a popular animal centre today, but disaster struck soon after they arrived.
The schoolchildren, aged 11 to 16, were visiting the local "Monkey Forest" in Trentham, Stoke-on-Trent, eagerly looking forward to the playful monkeys and feeding platforms.
However, due to the recent heatwave, the feeding platforms and path were nothing but orange dust. The pupils running around gleefully snapchatting masturbating and copulating monkeys, were unknowingly kicking up a dust storm.
The orange dust storm soon lead to pupils and teachers coughing and gagging uncontrollably. The monkeys cleared off up into the trees, leaving the kids with smarting eyes and hacking coughs.
Ambulance crews were dispatched to treat the "Monkey-Dust epidemic", which later made the national news.