Monkeys Judging Morality

Date 2000/11/20 22:45:02 | Topic: Hindu Press International


Source: Hindustan Times, November 11, 2000





PATNA, INDIA: In the state capital of Patna, India around the Sahara Indian building on Boring Road, monkeys are accosting smokers who venture into their territory. They have become the moral judge and jury of anyone caught smoking. After getting a few quick slaps, smokers quickly relinquish their fares to the persistent band of 14 monkeys. Office workers in the vicinity are terrified of the antics, as the monkeys often enter offices, sit about the room and do whatever they please. Zookeepers, upon request, may take the monkeys away, but for now they are providing live entertainment.







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