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Monkey nips at Texas officer during traffic stop

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ARANSAS PASS, Texas -

A South Texas police officer had to deal with some unexpected monkey business as he wrote a speeding ticket.

   A pet monkey bit Aransas (uh-RAN'-zuhs) Pass Officer Keith Moore on the hand in an attack captured on videotape.

   KRIS-TV in Corpus Christi reported Thursday that Moore had a video camera on his glasses during the traffic stop.

   Moore is seen handing the driver something to sign when a monkey leaps from the back seat, bares its teeth and bites the officer's right hand.

   Moore says the monkey "came out of nowhere" during Wednesday's incident. The bite left a mark, but the 21-year-old officer was not hurt otherwise.

   The trained monkey makes appearances at carnivals and other entertainment events.

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