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Justin Bieber's pet monkey is set to become the property of Germany.
Justin Bieber’s pet monkey is no longer his. The capuchin monkey was seized by German customs on March 28 when the Canadian pop star failed to produce the required vaccination and import papers after landing in Munich. Authorities issued an order Tuesday transferring ownership of the animal to Germany. Bieber has six weeks to contest the decision.
German customs authorities said Tuesday that Justin Bieber's monkey is going nowhere for now even though the singer has apparently asked that it be removed from an animal shelter where it is staying and be placed in a zoo.
Justin Bieber had to leave a monkey in quarantine after landing in Germany last week without the necessary papers for the animal, an official said Saturday.