By Siarhei Biazberdy
These giraffes show some real brass neck by stealing breakfast through a hotel’s window.
As Alex Timophy heads down for breakfast at the Giraffe Manor in Nairobi, Kenya, he spots two of the tall animals poking their head through open panes.
Making his way into the dining room, the giraffe pair move their heads around scouting out some food as Alex’s seven-year-old daughter watches on.
Sat at her table, Amelia even holds some pellets above her head, so the giraffe can snack before other guests give the long-tongued gannet some grub.
Alex, from Moscow, Russia, said: “It was Amelia’s dream to visit Giraffe Manor and communicate and pet a real giraffe.
“She was so happy when she was there.
“She loves nature and it was a really great experience.
“I think we will have to visit them again.”
Giraffe Manor is set in 12 acres of private land within 140 acres of indigenous forest in the Langata suburb of Nairobi.