Tuesday, April 27, 2010

Monkeys invade school, terrorising students and teachers

Monkeys invade school, terrorising students and teachers
Students and teachers of a local school are vexing over the sudden invasion of some quick-thinking monkeys from a nearby park, STOMPer Sonyboy says.

The primates have been able to evade capture attempts by the authorities and are causing the school a lot of problems as a result.

In an email, Sonyboy says:

"These Monkeys were found in a local secondary school last Saturday (April 24).

"Apparently, these monkeys came from the nearby park and must have made their way to the school at night.

"The school has already contacted SPCA to capture them. However, the plan has failed several times because of the monkeys' fast reaction when they see the authorities trying to capture them.

"I am urging the authorities to hunt these monkeys down as soon as possible because they have caused a lot of inconvenience to the school and its students, especially females and teachers.

"The cleaners also have to keep mopping the floor since this happened to maintain a high standard of cleanliness".

Monkeys invade school, terrorising students and teachers
Monkeys invade school, terrorising students and teachers
Monkeys invade school, terrorising students and teachers
Monkeys invade school, terrorising students and teachers

Looks like this troop of long-tailed macaques (Macaca fascicularis) has gotten itself into quite a bit of trouble.

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