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Video shows escaped monkey charge at homeowner: ‘What’s a monkey doing in Oklahoma?’

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escaped pet monkey was shot and killed in southern Oklahoma after it reportedly mangled a woman’s ear and slapped a man across the face.Video filmed by Ardmore, Oklahoma, resident Randal Flinn shows the primate snacking on an orange as it sat at Flinn’s doorway."What’s a monkey doing in Oklahoma?" Flinn asks while taking video of the monkey through a screen door.When the monkey left the porch and started approaching Flinn’s dog in the yard, video shows him open the door and yell for the dog to get away.That’s when the monkey turned around and charged aggressively at the door where Flinn stood.

Flinn managed to slam the door just in time. READ MORE: Ohio zebra badly mauls man's arm, deputies put it down: 'I think he tore my arm off'Flinn wasn’t the only person the monkey went after, according to police.

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