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(NECN) - There's some major monkey business going on at a tavern in Japan. Two of its waiters are actual monkeys. The hardworking simians were hired after watching human waiters in action. They serve drinks and hot towels to customers, who then reward them with Goya beans as tips. But the monkeys won't be putting their human counterparts out of work any time soon. They can only work two hours a day because of animal rights laws.