Kwazulu Monkeyman (UN-B-4005)
Embarrassed by the resulting media attention, especially at the hands of the Toronto Sun who enjoyed several mocking headlines, several highly ranked councillors present at the party, directed that police carry out a thorough investigation of Bergesson.

A search warrant was issued and police officers under the direction of Governor Eugene Howard carried out a search of Bergesson's properties. The officers found several dangerous and rare animals, including African big cats and reptiles that lacked the correct paperwork and had not been declared among the animals at his nature reserve.

Bergesson explained he was awaiting permits from the necessary Government departments and admitted he had kept the exotic animals hidden at his nature reserve - but that he had done so with the knowledge and consent of several senior council members.