Even the threat of prison hasn't stopped monkeys from wreaking havoc in the Indian capital of Delhi. From the BBC News:
The monkeys who have moved into residential areas and official enclaves due to Delhi's shrinking forests, are said to have become a 'security threat'.
Last year, the ministry of defence found some of its top secret documents scattered all over the place one morning.
It was blamed on the many rhesus monkeys which flock around the colonial-era building.
The prime minister's office, which is situated in the same block, is also within reach.
A cabinet minister couldn't enter his official bungalow for months because the monkeys wouldn't let any body enter the house.