If winery operators complain about the baboonish behavior of drunken tasting room patrons, imagine how it must be for wineries in South Africa, which occasionally face baboonish behavior from real baboons.
“They are not just eating our grapes; they are raiding our kitchens and ripping the thatch off the roofs. They are becoming increasingly bold and destructive.”
Troublesome apes are removed by burly security teams. Particularly boorish primates are tagged and monitored. Those who misbehave three times are taken out into the country and…well, let’s just say they won’t be showing their hairy mugs around the winery any more.
Can a baboon sleep with the fishes?