Justin Bieber has a month to pick up his capuchin monkey, Mally, after the little simian was detained and quarantined by German customs officials last week. Bieber was headed to Munich for a show, and brought Mally along for the Austrian and German legs of his European tour. But the singer didn't have the proper documentation for the monkey, so Mally was taken into custody. The creature has been in the care of a shelter.
Mally is only 14 weeks old, and Bieber will likely have to pay an unspecified fine if he doesn't return for his pet, Reuters reports. "If he doesn't [present the papers], Mally will be taken to a good animal shelter that has experience rearing groups of young capuchin monkeys and can ensure disoriented Mally becomes a healthy little capuchin," said the shelter.