Tuesday, June 26, 2007

Missouri monkey caper ends with a sandwich

ST. CHARLES, Mo., June 25 (UPI) -- A Missouri couple's pet monkey is back home after five days on the lam thanks to an alert motorist and a well-placed sandwich.

Tobi, a capuchin monkey, escaped last Tuesday from Earl and Shirley Wipfler's place in St. Charles and had the run of the area until late Sunday when Paul Corley spotted the wayward monkey perched on a fence.

The St. Louis Post-Dispatch said Corley, who had been driving around diligently looking for Tobi, called the Wipflers with the news. They arrived at the scene with a cage and a peanut butter-and-jelly sandwich and watched as a hungry Tobi scampered back to her human pals.

Shirley Wipfler told the newspaper Tobi was "ecstatic" to be home.

A sandwich ending > bullet or car ending.

and ecstatic about being forced to live in captivity for the pleasure and amusement of two humans, i'm sure! dance littel monkey, dance!
i can spell, really, i can.
Well you are a kopy righter, I asume you have a soell chker at the orifice.
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