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Monkey Gets Inside Jewelry Store, Opens Cash Drawer, Runs Away With $144 Never to Be Seen Again

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This video is totally bananas.

An unlikely thief took “monkey business” to a whole new level when a sneaky primate robbed a jewelry store in India of $144, UPI reports. The article explains how a monkey got into the store after the owner opened the door, “jumping from one surface to another” before opening the cash drawer and grabbing a fistful of money. “We also tried offering him banana, but he perhaps knew he could buy truckloads of banana with those piece of papers,” the uploader of the below video quoted a store worker as saying.

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