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How many cops does it take to catch a monkey?

Monkey In Tokyo, at least, the answer is more than 30.

A prickly primate eluded police (and a throng of media) after hanging out atop a departure board at Shibuya Station Wednesday.

Evidently, monkey sightings are becoming more and more common in Japan's capital.

From what I hear, they have been spotted in South Florida, too -- far from their indigenious home.

A friend used to live in an apartment complex near woodlands on Sheridan, and told of monkeys chasing people around the parking lot.

Is this true? If you have ever seen a furry friend down here, let me know.


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