Former Australian skipper Michael Clarke on Tuesday brought the 'Monkeygate' chapter into the limelight after he said that veteran Australian cricketer Andrew Symonds went too far with the issue. "I didn't think he should have continued on with it. I should have ended right there," said Clarke, the prime witness of the controversy. The issue was raised during the 2007-08 India-Australia's second Test when bowler Harbhajan Singh allegedly called Symonds a 'monkey'. Clarke was speaking after his autobiography 'My Story' was launched by former cricketer Sourav Ganguly.