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Monkey Steals Man's Phone, Snaps Selfies

TMZ.com Wednesday, 16 September 2020
A monkey stole a man's smartphone in Malaysia, and when the guy finally got it back he discovered a ton of monkey selfies!!! The long-tailed macaque swiped the phone from the man's home in Johor, and it could've started a personal Instagram ...…
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