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Justin Bieber's monkey gets a new home

London, May 20, 2013, (IANS) :
Singer Justin Bieber. File Photo

Singer Justin Bieber's abandoned pet monkey Mally has found a new home at a British animal sanctuary.

Mally was confiscated last month by German customs as Bieber had no papers to bring the pet to the country.

Now Don Walser, from the Isle of Wight's Owl and Monkey Haven, has offered the animal a home with his pair Martin and Lulu and their baby Malou, reports dailystar.co.uk.

Walser, 68, said: "We thought the Mally saga was disgraceful - you shouldn’t keep monkeys as pets.”


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