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December 10th, 2012
Real Life

Planet of the Apes comes true: Monkeys get dressed & shop for Swedish furniture

A monkey wearing a miniature shearling coat and diapers was collected by animal services on Sunday afternoon, after shoppers spotted the animal in the parking lot of a Toronto Ikea store.

The owners, who were shopping in the store at the time, have come forward to claim the monkey.

The animal was in a car in the parking lot and it somehow let itself out of its crate. "It's a smart monkey," police said.

Staff at the store quickly contacted animal control, and the monkey was kept confined until animal services arrived.

After parking her car on the upper-level parking lot, she saw the animal peeking out from behind another vehicle.

I would have find it more likely that the monkey works there....wait, did I say that out loud?  Nevermind.

Take your stinking paws off my food, you damn dirty ape! Oh, and can I get some more Swedish meatballs?


-W&J's Producer

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