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Since having discovered her island of misfit toys, Irene has been a 15 year resident of Key West. She traded supervising Teamsters in Cold New England to owning and running the two most outrageous bars in the Southernmost City.
A former model, her second day in the Conch Republic had Irene entering Fantasy Fest’s Homemade Bikini contest. A fortunate happenstance which would lead to a memorable nickname, her first radio gig and hosting the Official Fantasy Fest Video in 2000 and 2001. A lifelong nudist, both opportunities were tailored to her talents and created memorable moments on film and the airwaves.
Irene shares a diverse background which includes her literally riding shotgun for a repo company, competitively Polka Dancing and being the Director of a Children’s Charity. Her obsession with sparkly objects, battles with the dreaded earworm, and her Massachusetts bred sarcasm are legendary.
Her free time is filled with Zumba, Ebay and reality TV. Her ADD in HD often means she’s doing all 3 at the same time
A small monkey, dressed in a shearling-like winter coat, was on the loose outside an Ikea in a Toronto suburb on Sunday, after letting itself out of its cage and the car belonging to its owners.
At around 3 p.m., the diminutive primate was spotted in the store's upper parking lot, where it was cornered by several Ikea staff members, who also called animal control to come retrieve the monkey.
"It apparently let itself out of its crate, opened the car door and went for a walk," Toronto Police Sgt. Ed Dzingala said. "Smart monkey."
After the monkey was taken into custody by animal services, a man came forward and claimed the animal.
CP24 later reported the monkey's owners were charged a $240 fine for having a prohibited animal, and will not be able to take it home.
"It was very bizarre to see a real live monkey there," witness Bronwyn Page told CTV news. "It was really small and just funny dressed in the coat."
An outpouring of interest on Twitter actually began with Page when she posted a picture of the monkey, wearing a posh jacket and a diaper outside the store.