Connecticut Oil Company President Illegally Owns Primate
MARCH 10, 2009
Pierce Onthank, the president of an oil and gas company, was charged in January with illegal possession of a primate for keeping a siamang, a type of gibbon that is native to rain forests in Malaysia and Indonesia and can weigh up to 30 pounds and stand 3 feet high. The Connecticut Department of Environmental Protection says he never had the required permit. I'm starting to wonder about Connecticut. It's the same state where the Travis incident occurred.