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    Grand Theft Auto: Naughty Monkey Tries to Get Car Started

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    If you ever questioned Darwin's theory suggesting that monkeys are humans' closest living relatives in the animal kingdom, this video will totally dissipate your doubts.

    This hilarious primate wearing a striped shirt and pants has been caught on camera trying to start a Mercedes. The little mischief dexterously found the necessary key in the bunch and inserted it into the ignition. Alas, the journey was never meant to be, as the monkey's owner prevented the furry car thief from hitting the road. The Instagram video was viewed by over 300,000 people in just two days.

     

     

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