Residents of Innisfil, Ontario woke up last Saturday to the sounds of a wild animal.

An escaped monkey was discovered in and around the Alcona area, and stopped to relax on a residential rooftop. After neighbors called authorities, the critter was eventually corralled by local police. The monkey was discovered to be a domestic pet, and not like some were speculating, an escaped zoo animal.

The unidentified owner confirmed the name of the critter was Mango, and it was lured into captivity using a bushel of bananas. The ownership of monkeys is not outright banned in Canada, but most municipalities restrict exotic pet licenses. No charges have yet been laid on either the monkey or the owner, but you can file this one under “monkey business”.