Undertoad Saturday Mar 3 10:07 AM
March 3, 2007: Animal escape practice
The cosplay culture strikes again: once you agree on who's gonna play the part of the orangutan, does he really need to be dressed up as one? And what's with the big cartoonish head and feet?
Spexxvet Saturday Mar 3 10:27 AM
officer_purple Saturday Mar 3 10:40 AM
I think the zoo over here needs to start something like this. In the past four or so years multiple animals have made bids for freedom - including a red panda and a monkey of some sort.
zippyt Saturday Mar 3 10:43 AM
[WAAAAA] THEY SOT GROVER !!!!!!! [/WAAAAA]
xoxoxoBruce Saturday Mar 3 10:46 AM
This what the shooter saw.
milkfish Saturday Mar 3 11:09 AM
It is good practice for the zoo workers not to fall over laughing when things like this happen in the future.
Elspode Saturday Mar 3 11:45 AM
Man, that's the late Ed Bradley in that pic with the costumed critters.
maximum Saturday Mar 3 12:49 PM
reminds me of the man in the bear suit and the man in the dog suit in "The Shining." what a bizarre, strange scene.
Shawnee123 Saturday Mar 3 01:56 PM
Spexx! I LOVED Trigger Happy TV.
Shawnee123 Saturday Mar 3 01:57 PM
wacky asian pics
Sheldonrs Saturday Mar 3 02:59 PM
Why don't they just call MacGruff the Crime dog?
rkzenrage Saturday Mar 3 06:58 PM
Could they not have just worn an orange T or something? Someone's a furry.
fargon Saturday Mar 3 08:26 PM
"Fur and loathing in Las Vegas" Gil Grissom CSI
capnhowdy Sunday Mar 4 12:37 PM
I trust they were careful to make sure no kids were watching. Talk about a mental scar.
Sundae Monday Mar 5 06:19 AM
Looks like a scene from It's a Knockout - that is definitely a comedy ape suit.
xoxoxoBruce Monday Mar 5 07:06 AM
I wonder if Japan has a large selection of off the shelf monkey suits?
capnhowdy Monday Mar 5 09:06 PM
BrianR Friday Mar 9 03:45 PM
*I* wonder if they took into account the tremendous strength of an orangutan vs a man. And the way they can climb!