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Late Monday night one of the strangest College Football stories went viral. Texas special teams coach Jeff Banks’s pet monkey attacked and injured a trick or treater on Halloween night. The report specified that the monkey’s jaws had to be pried off of the child.
I'm hearing a repot from a credible source that Texas Longhorns Special Teams Coach Jeff Banks' monkey allegedly attacked and seriously hurt a young Trick-or-Treater last night on Halloween.
The monkey's jaws apparently had to be pried off the small child.
— Tom Campbell (@thomasgcampbell) November 1, 2021
Jeff Banks hasn’t commented on these reports but his current girlfriend, Dani Thomas, has. She explained there was a “Do Not Enter” sign (seen below) and the child went into an area that they weren’t supposed to.
Once Thomas started to get involved, her identity as the famous stripper “Pole Assassin” came to light.
— The Jerry Springer Show (@SpringerTV) November 23, 2017
Pole Assassin, the monkey’s owner is tweeting through it. pic.twitter.com/HtRYb77kiC
— The Suckos Committee (@drewhamm5) November 2, 2021
To add another layer to this story, the monkey sometimes accompanies her on stage during her routine.
Can you imagine stumbling in here 2am and you see the pole assassin and her monkey working the pole pic.twitter.com/sxgDHxQ2Ed
— Marty Mush (@martymush) November 2, 2021
After defending her monkey’s honor, in addition to her personal past being spread like wildfire, Thomas deleted her Twitter.
Pole Assassin done left the stage 😢 pic.twitter.com/k1MwVPSOrY
— Josh Pate (@LateKickJosh) November 2, 2021
This is one of the most random stories that I have ever followed in College Football, and it was a great way to end a Halloween weekend.