Is that a monkey in your pants or...

Discussion in 'Up to the Minute' started by Reality Orlando, Sep 10, 2012.

  1. Reality Orlando

    Reality Orlando Verified Aquaculturalist

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    I don't like that part about no charges being filed. He put one in the trash for goodness sakes.

    Airport guards catch man smuggling rare primate in his pants

    The loris is a nocturnal primate that grows to no more than 10 inches (25 centimeters) long, according to the conservation group Edge of Existence. The species, native to Sri Lanka, is listed as endangered under the Wildlife Protection Act of India.

    Authorities found a second loris abandoned in a trash can. They sent both to wildlife authorities, Singh said.

    Guards turned over the man and two fellow travelers to customs officials. No charges have been filed.
     
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  3. SkewedView

    SkewedView New Member

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    No charges probably means that they got these guys to name names - they're most likely just runners, and the authorities are probably much more interested in finding out who the real players were in the deal.


    All JMO of course.
     

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