Justin Bieber’s Pet Monkey Seized by German Authorities
JUSTIN Bieber’s pet monkey remains in quarantine after it was seized by customs officers in Germany. Justin Bieber, 19, failed to produce the necessary paperwork for the baby capuchin monkey called Mally as Justin Bieber flew in to Munich during his world tour. The 14-week-old monkey was held by German authorities before being handed to Tierheim Munich, an animal shelter. There staff have been caring for Justin Bieber’s per monkey Mally, who refuses to eat unless accompanied by a cuddly toy. And staff claimed the monkey, whose sex is not known, had been calling out for playmates. It has been reported that Mally will remain at the animal home until documents proving the monkey is free from diseases, such as rabies, can be supplied by Justin Bieber. Justin Bieber has come under fire for abandoning the monkey, with the pop star allegedly failing to phone the animal shelter in Munich to find out how Mally was. Video journalist Marc Seibold, 25, from Munich, Germany, was one of the first to see Mally at the shelter. He said: “The monkey is a baby. You should not take young animals away from their mum that early, and especially not fly them around the world. Justin Bieber was previously reported to have given away his pet hamster, PAC, to a fan in Atlanta, Georgia last year. And Marc fears Justin Bieber may have lost interest in Mally too.