Justin Bieber's former pet monkey finds new home in German zoo
Justin Bieber monkey, who was confiscated from his owner by German customs at the Munich Airport in March, has finally found shelter in a German zoo.
The capuchin monkey, Mally, was shifted to a new enclosure at the Serengeti Park in Hodenhagen, in northern Germany on Wednesday, Fox news reported.
Zoo manager Fabrizio Sepe said that the 6-month-old monkey, who will be introduced to other members of his species in the zoo, is a clever little guy and they are confident that he will settle in quickly.
Mally was moved to the zoo in June from a Munich animal shelter, after the ‘Baby’ hit maker failed to come up with the necessary vaccination and import papers after arriving for a European tour.