Bear Breaks Into House, Raids Fridge [VIDEO]

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A rash of bear break-ins has left homeowners across the country shocked and disgusted at the prospect of having to clean up after a 500-pound animal that just ate a bunch of Twinkies.

The latest break-in happened just over a week ago. On the morning of the 4th of July, Chris O’Dubrhraic woke up to find food and debris scattered all over his house.

“The refrigerator’s open, and it’s beeping because the door’s been left open all night,” he told news.

He checked the security camera footage and was shocked to see a black bear standing on its hind legs and opening the refrigerator with at least as much finesse as Andre the Giant.

The worst part? The bear was inside the house for five hours while O’Dubrhraic slept just a few rooms down.

Startling a black bear in the dark, confined space of a house is a recipe for disaster. Thankfully, the bear was long gone before O’Dubrhraic awoke.

On a down note, the bear had to be put down lest it return the next night.

 

BEAR RAIDS FRIDGE: A home owner woke up to a mess this 4th of July morning after an unwanted guest came through his window. Who was the guest caught on camera? A hungry bear with quite the curiosity!Video Courtesy: Chris O'Dubrhraic

Posted by Fox 35 WOFL on Wednesday, July 5, 2017

 

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