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¿Se imagina entrar a su baño y encontrarse cara a cara con un mono?
No, no es una escena de Jumanji. Un adolescente lo vivió el pasado domingo mientras se encontraba en su casa en la calle Emajagua, en la urbanización Punta Las Marías.
En medio del tremendo susto, el muchacho tiró la puerta y dejó encerrado al primate, lo que le hizo el trabajo más fácil a los expertos del Cuerpo de Vigilantes del Departamento de Recursos Naturales y Ambientales, quienes lo capturaron poco después.
El teniente Ángel Atienza, del Cuerpo de Vigilantes, contó que el mono hizo escante en el lujoso baño: se metió en el jacuzzi, sacó ropa del hamper y ensució todo el mármol. Sin embargo, todo apunta a que el animal era la mascota de alguien que vive por el lugar, pues no se asustó ni se amedrentó al verse rodeado de seres humanos.
“Parece que está acostumbrado a comer de la mano”, comentó el experto.
Según Atienza, no se sabe cómo el mono rhesus llegó al baño de la lujosa residencia, pero son muchas las posibilidades.
En días recientes, la comunidad El Chícharo, en Santurce, había reportado avistamientos de monos. Uno de estos pudo haberse movilizado desde esa comunidad por una de las calles que pasa por debajo del expreso Baldorioty de Castro hasta llegar a la comunidad costera en Punta Las Marías.
El primate posiblemente entró a la casa por la puerta principal. No hay posibilidad de que se colara por una ventana al baño, ya que queda en el interior de la residencia.
Al parecer, a los monos rhesus que andan por Puerto Rico les atraen los vecindarios lujosos. En febrero de este año, un mono rhesus, un poco más viejo que el capturado el domingo, dio tremendo dolor de cabeza al Cuerpo de Vigilantes.
El primate se apoderó del patio de una residencia de Altamira, en Guaynabo, y por su carácter bravucón logró que los dueños de la casa no salieran a disfrutar del jardín. Ese mono se comía todo lo que encontraba a su alcance, y mostró un paladar gourmet, pues ingería hasta las aromáticas gardenias.
Tanto en el caso de Punta Las Marías así como en Altamira, ambos primates fueron llevados al Centro de Confinamiento de Especies, en el barrio Cambalache, en Arecibo.
Los monos que son capturados en la Isla son enviados a zoológicos en Estados Unidos.
tras una decena de monos en yauco
Estos animales, sumamente inteligentes, se han convertido en un reto para ser manejados.
Desde principios de año, una decena de macacos viven en el sector Melilla, del barrio Almácigo Alto, en Yauco. Los vecinos los ven usualmente a las 6:00 de la mañana y a las 6:00 de la tarde.
Allí, los monos corren rápidamente por los terrenos y llegan hasta el río para alborotar a gallinas y cabros que residen en el lugar.
Según se informó, el Cuerpo de Vigilantes llegará hoy a la comunidad a poner jaulas con cámaras para capturarlos.
Pero esto puede ser que les resulte más difícil de lo esperado. En el caso del mono de Altamira, cariñosamente conocido como “Guaynabito”, este lograba alcanzar la fruta dentro de la jaula extendiendo el brazo, sin ser capturado. Finalmente, fue un trozo de papaya lo que logró distraerlo lo suficiente para caer en la trampa y así terminar con sus travesuras.
Donna Summer, whom millions of fans revered as "the Queen of Disco," has died at the age of 63 in Florida after a battle with cancer, the Associated Press confirmed with the singer's family Thursday morning.
The news comes as a surprise to those who were not aware that she was ill. The legendary superstar was publicly active as recently as last June, when she appeared as a guest panelist on Bravo's music reality show Platinum Hit.
However, a report by TMZ, which initially broke the story, notes that those close to the singer--known for mega-hits including "Last Dance" and "Bad Girls"--revealed she had been trying to hide how sick she was. A source said that Summer did not seem to be in that bad of shape two weeks ago.
She is survived by her adult daughters Mimi (by her first husband, actor Helmuth Sommer), Brooklyn and Amanda (by second husband Bruce Sudano).
In addition to her status as a pioneer in the dance music genre, Summer was a five-time Grammy Award winner, the first artist ever to score three back-to-back No. 1 double albums, and was nominated--but not chosen--for induction into the Rock And Roll Hall of Fame in 2010. She is credited with influencing stars ranging from Madonna and Michael Jackson, to Beyonce and Rihanna. Her last album, Crayons, was released in 2008.
A Florida couple was on a weekend camping trip that ended in an airlift to the emergency room.
Steven Egan, 52, was hunting with his girlfriend, Lisa Simmons, in the northern part of the state when he mistook her for a hog and shot her.
"He saw a hog and thought he shot it and went to look for it," Maj. Steve Clair of the Flagler County Sheriff's Office told ABC News. "He heard her and thought it was a hog and just shot."
The mistake was not actually related to her appearance. Rather, Egan had earlier shot at a hog that continued to evade him. He reportedly instructed Simmons to stay at their campsite while he pursued the evasive animal, according to the Flagler County Sheriff's Office However, Simmons ventured away from the campsite, apparently searching for oranges that had fallen from nearby trees.
When Egan heard rustling in the woods, he fired in her direction without first making visual confirmation with his intended target. Instead, Simmons was struck in the legs by a .30-caliber bullet from Egan's gun. She was airlifted to the nearby Halifax Health Medical Center where she is listed as being in serious condition.
Authorities say they aren't planning to charge Egan in the accidental shooting.
"He was very sympathetic that he'd shot his girlfriend," Maj. Clair said. "It was an accident. I think it was just a violation of one of the cardinal rules of hunting which is you never shoot what you don't see."
Smiles are free, but sexual favors might cost you your McNuggets.
That is, if there were any takers when a women at a Los Angeles McDonald's allegedly offered customers sexual favors in exchange for theirs.
Khadijah Baseer allegedly tried opening customers' doors as they went through the drive-thru around 11 p.m. last Wednesday, asking to be paid in the breaded chicken bits if she performed sex acts, according to the Burbank Leader.
The paper didn't specify which acts were allegedly on offer, nor how many McNuggets the woman expected in return.
Various reports say she is known as a panhandler in the area.
Baseer, 31, was arrested on "suspicion of prostitution."
A young Oklahoma mother shot and killed an intruder to protect her 3-month-old baby on New Year's Eve, less than a week after the baby's father died of cancer.
Sarah McKinley says that a week earlier a man named Justin Martin dropped by on the day of her husband's funeral, claiming that he was a neighbor who wanted to say hello. The 18-year-old Oklahoma City area woman did not let him into her home that day.
On New Year's Eve Martin returned with another man, Dustin Stewart, and this time was armed with a 12-inch hunting knife. The two soon began trying to break into McKinley's home.
As one of the men was going from door to door outside her home trying to gain entry, McKinley called 911 and grabbed her 12-gauge shotgun.
McKinley told ABC News Oklahoma City affiliate KOCO that she quickly got her 12 gauge, went into her bedroom and got a pistol, put the bottle in the baby's mouth and called 911.
"I've got two guns in my hand -- is it okay to shoot him if he comes in this door?" the young mother asked the 911 dispatcher. "I'm here by myself with my infant baby, can I please get a dispatcher out here immediately?"
The 911 dispatcher confirmed with McKinley that the doors to her home were locked as she asked again if it was okay to shoot the intruder if he were to come through her door.
"I can't tell you that you can do that but you do what you have to do to protect your baby," the dispatcher told her. McKinley was on the phone with 911 for a total of 21 minutes.
When Martin kicked in the door and came after her with the knife, the teen mom shot and killed the 24-year-old. Police are calling the shooting justified.
"You're allowed to shoot an unauthorized person that is in your home. The law provides you the remedy, and sanctions the use of deadly force," Det. Dan Huff of the Blanchard police said.
Stewart soon turned himself in to police.
McKinley said that she was at home alone with her newborn that night because her husband just died of cancer on Christmas Day.
"I wouldn't have done it, but it was my son," McKinley told ABC News Oklahoma City affiliate KOCO. "It's not an easy decision to make, but it was either going to be him or my son. And it wasn't going to be my son. There's nothing more dangerous than a woman with a child."