Bears have been going wild all over the country lately and there was another incident involving a hungry bear and a refrigerator.
For the third time this month, a wild bear broke into a house to raid the fridge. This time it happened in North Naples, Florida. A black bear wandered into a family's garage, got into the refrigerator, and feasted on frozen pizza, hamburger patties, bread, and vegan ice cream. Konrad Umpenhour says he realized he had left his garage door open and tried to close it with an app on his phone. But he kept getting a message that the door couldn't be closed because something was blocking it. That's when he went to check it out and found the refrigerator door open and food spread all over the floor. He then reviewed the security camera footage and saw a bear walk in.
Just last week, a hungry bear broke into a house in California and ate mangoes and honey. A week before that, a bear broke into a screened-in porch in Florida and drank all of the White Claws out of the fridge. (WBBH-TV)
- Who has hamburger patties and vegan ice cream in their fridge?
- Make sure you don't leave your garage door open at night.
- These bears are filling their bellies to get ready for the winter.
In other BEAR NEWS...
Real Country Bear Jamboree
Parts of Walt Disney World in Florida were closed early this morning (Monday) because of a bear -- a real bear... not a singing one.
Disney's animatronics are so realistic, but they pose no risk to visitors -- unlike the very real bear that showed up in the Magic Kingdom when the park opened. A wild bear was spotted hanging out in a tree near Big Thunder Mountain Railroad in Frontierland, leading park officials to shut down Frontierland, Adventureland and Liberty Square. The Florida Fish & Wildlife Conservation Commission was called in to handle the situation. The bear was safely captured and escorted out of the park. Once given the all-clear, the rest of the park was reopened -- including the Country Bear Jamboree. (Variety)
- Sorry bear, but if you want to spend the day in the Magic Kingdom, you have to pay the exorbitant admission fee like everyone else.
- I'm surprised Disney didn't leave the bear alone and then charge guests an extra fee to look at it.
- The bear necessities of life, they come to you.