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Judge Rules IKEA Monkey Won’t Be Returned to Former Owner

Does she at least get the little coat back?

The IKEA monkey caught the Internet's attention a few months ago because, well, it was a monkey in a coat at IKEA and that's the sort of thing the Internet loves. A custody battle erupted after the monkey was apprehended, and a judge has ruled that it shouldn't be returned to its former owner. What's to become of IKEA monkey?

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Well-Dressed IKEA Monkey’s Owner Prepared to Partake in Primate Custody Battle

Though the monkey that was loose in a Toronto IKEA earlier this week was eventually apprehended, and is currently being held by the Toronto Animal Service, the wandering rhesus macaque's owner isn't pleased. Darwin -- because of course the monkey's name is Darwin -- is currently slated to be sent to an animal sanctuary. Yasmin Nakhuda, the monkey's master and a real estate lawyer, is preparing to take the whole thing to court. She must really want to keep that funky monkey.

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