Justin Bieber’s Former Monkey Gets New Home
There’s a happy ending to the story of Justin Bieber's confiscated capuchin monkey, as German authorities have placed the little guy in a wildlife preserve.
23-week-old Mally was taken from the “Baby” singer at the Munich International Airport back in March when Bieber couldn’t produce the proper documentation and he never ended up following up on the case.
Therefore, Mally was placed in Serengeti Park in Hodenhagen, Germany and after a few weeks of quarantine he’ll be allowed to cohabitate with the other primates.
Honcho Fabrizio Sepe told press, "He will go into our capuchin monkey enclosure where there is a lovely island that is 40 meters long and 20 meters wide. It has lots of trees so it will be a bit of a game to try and recognize him."