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WATCH: Monkey Takes A Ride In Delhi Metro

IANS, 12 Sep, 2017
  • WATCH: Monkey Takes A Ride In Delhi Metro
An 18-second clip has surfaced on the Internet in which the entire incident has been captured. 
 
People around the monkey seem amused and are busy cracking jokes. One of them can be heard saying, “It is traveling without a ticket!” A few others can be seen simply looking at the animal with awe.
 
 
Watch the video here.
 
 

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