April 27, 2021
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Martin the FF Great Leader Peed on, by Gibbon Monkey at Dublin Zoo. At least the Monkey showed more Balls then the FF Backbenchers? Even the Monkeys are Pissed off with Martins Leadership?

by Fred Bassett at Who Watches the Watchers? shared with thanks

PEE SHOCK AT ZOO 

Taoiseach Micheal Martin dodges call of nature from gibbon on visit to Dublin Zoo as outdoor attractions reopen

TAOISEACH Micheal Martin looked relieved to dodge the call of nature on his visit to Dublin Zoo today, as outdoor attractions reopened around the country.

The Fianna Fail leader was joined by zoo director Dr Christoph Schwitzer on their first day open to visitors — ­having been closed for a total of 244 days.

The gibbon came close to the Taoiseach
The gibbon came close to the Taoiseach Credit: PA
Dr Schwitzer said of the urinating ape: “She did that deliberately. They know very well that the public will show a reaction when they observe us.

Gibbon takes aim at Fianna Fail leader from up high
Gibbon takes aim at Fianna Fail leader from up high Credit: Photocall Ireland

But Martin had a close call as female gibbon Cahaya, ten, peed within inches of the country’s leader.

Dr Schwitzer said of the urinating ape: “She did that deliberately. They know very well underneath that the public will show a reaction when they observe us.

Mr Martin talks to zoo director Dr Christoph Schwitzer during a visit to Dublin Zoo which has reopened to the public
Mr Martin talks to zoo director Dr Christoph Schwitzer during a visit to Dublin Zoo which has reopened to the publicCredit: PA MEDIA

“The Taoiseach had a lucky escape. He was wearing a good suit.”

Dublin Zoo is one of the country’s most popular visitor attractions, welcoming 1.3million visitors in 2019, the last year before the pandemic.

Sisters Jade and Chelsea Sheehan from Farranree in Fota Wildlife Park. Chelse
Sisters Jade and Chelsea Sheehan from Farranree in Fota Wildlife Park.

But their doors had been closed since New Year’s Eve as the country entered a third wave of the virus.

Despite narrowly escaping being doused by the piddling primate, the Taoiseach later tweeted: “Really enjoyed my visit to Dublin Zoo today — a great lift to see outdoor attractions like the zoo and Fota Wildlife open again.”




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