Found this funny Thai advert.
When you live in Thailand, you will often see these small agile little lizards, commonly known as jing joks. They end up just about anywhere, running across ceilings and walls and inside shoes (also a favourite with frogs). Once I drove to town and as I was buying some food at a petrol garage counter I felt something inside my shoe. I ended up shaking a big frog out of it. Don't think the cashier was too happy that I was littering frogs all over his shop floor.
That's pretty tame compared to this other story, one morning I boiled the kettle to enjoy my first morning cuppa, and when pouring, a poor little melted jing jok ended up plopping out into my teacup.
Cover up your kettle holes people. Jing jok tea is not a nice cuppa.(... the guys in the advert all shout 'Don't jump,' and then the younger guy accuses the other guy of using rubbish roof material)