One of the many email newletters that clog up Sneak's mailbox - making it possible for him to realistically claim not to have seen the important work mails - comes from Monkeywire, the news service for people interested in monkeys.
Yesterday Sneak was sent some very important breaking news about a South Korean tourist, who while in India, had his glasses stolen by a monkey. "He headed straight to the table where my glasses were kept and took it away", the man said in a statement.
Of course the police are all over the case now, even combing the surrounding areas for clues, and or the glasses themselves.
Sadly however, nothing has yet been found except for a part of the glasses' frame. "It is very difficult to trace the monkey but I am trying my best to locate the rogue" said the investigating officer. Well, my man, Sneak might just have a tip for you.
Look for the monkey in the broken glasses who no longer has to squint when reading. Failing that, look for the one with the pinch marks on either side of the bridge of his nose – the tell tale sign of the secret specs wearer.
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