This big ole’ ape has been seen joyriding around town after, after allegedly fleeing New York City.

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This giant gorilla has been spotted gallivanting around town

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A giant gorilla has been spotted cruising around Penticton in the back of a trailer, on Monday. He was last seen leaving Penticton Plaza, potentially on his way home from a beer run.

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Sources say, the gorilla was very aggravated after learning the liquor store did not carry banana beer.

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He allegedly settled for a case of IPA’s before peeling towards Kaleden.

Reports indicate that the gorilla once spent some time at the Penticton Rona before moving to Oliver, his current residence is unknown.

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