NFL receiver has his own ‘Night at the Museum’

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Instead of having a fun time at a college buddy's wedding, Tampa Bay Buccaneers receiver Louis Murphy experienced his own version of "Night at the Museum."

Except a monkey named Dexter wasn't to blame for losing the keys.

According to the Tampa Bay Times, the 29-year-old woke up and found himself locked inside the Flagler Museum in Palm Beach, where his buddy Deonte Thompson had his wedding the night before.

Palm Beach Police say he had been drinking and fell asleep on the stairs in the museum courtyard and when he woke up, realized everyone was gone and the doors were locked.

Murphy ended up breaking the glass on one of the doors to unlock it, and had a friend dial 911.

He wasn't charged and plans on paying the museum back $1,000 for the damage.