Bear Gets Run Over By SUV—And Then Gets Angry [VIDEO]

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First things first, despite the title, today’s video is not graphic or disturbing in any way. Now that we got that out of the way, enjoy.

There’s a lot going on in today’s video.

And a lot of unanswered questions. First and foremost, what the heck is going on here?

I think the bear gets run over—but I know just as much as you do. Perhaps the bear saw a tasty morsel underneath the vehicle?

Whatever the reason, the bear is stuck.

It’s amazing watching the bear lift the SUV a few inches off the ground just by arching its back.

We can only assume the SUV belongs to the couple in the car. They’re worried about it—that’s why they stay to observe the bear instead of doing the smart thing and leaving. A coworker has confirmed that they are speaking Russian. Of course. Where else would something like this happen?

Eventually, the bear wriggles free. That’s when the havoc starts:

 

Posted by Autofervor on Thursday, October 12, 2017

 

The angered bear takes his aggression out on the tire, shredding and flattening it in record time.

Then, he turns his ire towards the running car. As he gives chase, the wife is screaming in fear.

We feel a little bad for her, but she learned a valuable lesson. Stay away from angry bears. As far as I could tell, everyone in the video——bear included——is fine.

 

 

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