The magistrates of Dudley found guilty of animal cruelty a couple who accepted cash in exchange for a crippled marmoset in the parking lot of a fish-and-chip. "I was really upset," said the buyer, after taking the marmoset to a monkey shop. "I just stood there looking at these monkeys thinking, 'Well this isn't like the monkey I have bought.'" | Harper's Magazine

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The magistrates of Dudley found guilty of animal cruelty a couple who accepted cash in exchange for a crippled marmoset in the parking lot of a fish-and-chip. “I was really upset,” said the buyer, after taking the marmoset to a monkey shop. “I just stood there looking at these monkeys thinking, ‘Well this isn’t like the monkey I have bought.’”

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The magistrates of Dudley found guilty of animal cruelty a couple who accepted cash in exchange for a crippled marmoset in the parking lot of a fish-and-chip. “I was really upset,” said the buyer, after taking the marmoset to a monkey shop. “I just stood there looking at these monkeys thinking, ‘Well this isn’t like the monkey I have bought.’”

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