Black Bear Plays Piano After Breaking Into House [VIDEO]

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Ransacking a mountain condo wasn’t enough for this black bear…he wanted to tickle the ivories too.

The condo belonged to Katie Hawley of Vail, Colorado, who wasn’t home during the intrusion.

Upon returning, she immediately called the police. It was then that they watched the surveillance footage.

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Turns out the bear entered through a kitchen window that was left unlocked. The bear simply slid it open and climbed on in.

The bear sniffed around for about 30 seconds before climbing up onto the piano and “playing” a few notes.

Unfortunately, the bear wasn’t finished there. He then made his way to the kitchen in search of food. That’s where he did some real damage.

The bear ate a gallon-bag of frozen strawberries and bananas, drank some syrup, downed a huge bag of chocolate bark, and topped it all off with some peanut butter.

That’s bears for you.

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