Some years ago, the sudden appearance of an Orangutan Po, or Po Orangutan who attacked the calves in their stalls and destroyed the vegetation on the banks of the Oglio, alerted the authorities of Soncino in Cremona, Italy. The hunting proved futile, and soon the story became legend. But this does not prevent most people from barricading themselves at home and not going out alone in the evening.
Three young and beautiful girls are sunbathing on the beach of the River Oglio when, suddenly, they see something scary emerge from a bush. "Was at least four feet, was covered with dense fur, massive and dark," declares one of three swimmers to the journalists. "It looked like a big monkey", added the second witness. "We took a big fright. Feared would attack us. In a hurry we grabbed our clothes and we run away, reaching the main road in a few moments for the town and the beach. Fortunately, the monster has come back."
The Po Orangutan looks very similar to a normal orangutan, with the exception that it walks on its two feet more often than a normal orangutan. It has orange-tinted fur and an ape-like face.