fusillade762: Well at least they caught it, so it's not on the lam anymore.
ShuyaNanahara: And that's why I never take macaque out in public.
Marcus Aurelius: "It was the weirdest thing." she told CBC News. "I thought I was going insane."That IS the kind of thing that will make you blink your eyes and shake your head a couple times.
Marcus Aurelius: [www.cbc.ca image 220x200]That's the ugliest dwarf I've ever seen!
trapped-in-CH: it's the meatballs with gravy and those berries (Lingol berries?). Whatever they are, they're eff'n irresistible.
TheMega: Shoppers eventually alerted Ikea staff, who then contacted animal services.I'm guessing the staff didn't possess the intelligence, much like the monkey, to get on the intercom and ask shoppers in the store if someone was missing a monkey..../at least the monkey has an excuse - it can't farking talk!
Loud_Mouth_Soup: I arrived about 10 minutes after they caught him. I was quite upset they didn't let him get comfy in one of the living rooms up on the second floor.I also work across the street, so I'll stop by tomorrow to see if they've got him working the lunch shift the cafeteria.
sno man: ms. man & I were actually at that very store today at about the same time too, but never saw the little fuzzy guy. Poor thing, now he's getting taken away from his human (who cared enough to get him that fine coat) because he's not allowed to be a pet. So he'll be placed in a zoo, and never get to wear that coat again...
cynicalMFer: That would explain my experience at the Portland IKEA yesterday. Buncha monkeys in the store wandering around the place./get. the. FARK. out. of. the. way.//yes, its a teacup. Have you never seen one before?
Bennie Crabtree: Do monkeys have property? I'm not sure that I've ever heard of a monkey treating an object as property. I suppose that if they ahve teddy bears and toys they might consider a coat to be property and have a concept of ownership, or some other attachment.
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