Last Sunday, Bonni Marcus, 47, and Jack Zinzi, 58, stopped into their favorite Brooklyn restaurant for some grub, when tragedy struck. Their monkey doll named Bongo -- who they refer to as their best friend and child even though they're not in a romantic relationship -- was lost or stolen. “I walked over to the restaurant, sat down, ordered the food, and reached into my pocket to put Bongo on the table — and saw that he was gone,” Jack tells The Brooklyn Paper. “I tore the car apart. I was in a bad way. Bongo really means a lot to me, so I kind of broke down." Jack says he purchased the eight-inch doll at a disocunt store 10 years ago as a gift Bonni. They take the doll everywhere. So, after it went missing, the couple plastered a stretch of the neighborhood asking for the doll's return and offering $500 to anyone who returns it. This story feels like we're being, pun'k and we're not gonna stand for this madness. So, bye!
source: THE BROOKLYN PAPER