Tuesday, August 9, 2011

Monkey Business

Lost Stuffed Monkey Returned To His Heartbroken Family
Last week in New York, a couples’ beloved “Bongo” – a stuffed monkey doll, disappeared while they were dining at El Gran Castillo de Jagua in Manhattan. The couple had been in possession of the doll for over ten years and was rarely seen without him. Bonni Marcus and Jack Zinzi treated Bongo like a child and offered a $500.00 reward for this safe return. Last Monday, Luis Barreto found Bongo sitting on top of a parking meter and took him in. Although he had fallen for the little guy he did ultimately returned the beanie monkey to his family.

We here at ThrowThings.com don't claim to understand the thought process of a little monkey doll but it just seems reasonable that if he had some company of his own kind that he might be less likely to leave home. Bonni & Jack might want to take a look at Bongo’s close relatives, our Deluxe Gorilla Puppet and our Deluxe Chimp Puppet! We bet Bongo would like a little simian companionship and that the whole gang would enjoy a night out on the town - returning to El Gran Castillo de Jagua for dinner and then catching the early showing of ‘Rise of the Planet of the Apes’!
Deluxe Chimp Puppet
Deluxe Gorilla Puppet

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