The owners of Plants and Planters in Richardson, Texas suspected monkey business but they hardly expected an actual monkey. When Jerry Duncan retrieved a videotape from his gardening store after a burglary, he was amazed to see what appeared to be a trained monkey stealing plants.
The gardening stores had been previously burglarized and Duncan believes that this monkey had a human accomplice. About 40 plants were lifted in the crime.
Once the culprit is found, there is a court that is equipped with a jury of primate peers:
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8 thoughts on “The Primate Suspect: Monkey Caught on Videotape in Plant Caper”
Yes, on second thought it seems I have slandered the Simians …
Ok, see we Trained W to be President, don’t you see.
A Monkey can be trained and has more value.
Just remember W is a Texas’s throw away that’s why the fine for littering is so steep in Texas.
We have already sent a Monkey to space and you know with everything good there are always Mengeles.
Thievery is hardly the worst things Simians have been up to lately. As noted here, the occupations that monkeys are getting into are becoming increasing dastardly.
Tsk, tsk; you insult the inteligence of our Simian cousins! 🙂
Oh m ga … they are evolving into neoCons!
That monkey’s clearly a punk. Look at the haircut. It tells you all you need to know. Reform school is a waste of time!
What a waste of monkey talent. That little fella should be an international jewel theif or sent into North Korea to sabotage a reactor. Perenials and garden knomes, what a waste.
sounds like some real monkey business!!
/ I’ll show myself out.
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