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Curious bear rings house doorbell late at night

Posted on Tuesday, 15 September, 2020 | Comment icon 6 comments

The four-legged visitor fortunately didn't stay too long. Image Credit: PD - Jon Sullivan
An unexpected visitor of a furry, four-legged variety gave one family quite a surprise earlier this month.
The bizarre incident, which was captured on film thanks to the owner's doorbell camera, took place in Truckee, California at around 10pm on September 7th.

The footage shows two bears venturing into the back yard before one of them comes right up to the lens, sniffs at the door and then inadvertently presses the doorbell which rings out in the darkness, causing the animal's ears to prick up in surprise.

After investigating the scene for a moment, it quickly loses interest and wanders away.
Fortunately the house's residents saw the funny side.

"We decided to check the doorbell cam before going downstairs to answer the door," they said. "We both laughed hysterically when we saw the bears. When we finally opened the door, they were gone."

"Unfortunately, the video only captured one ring. But it's still pretty funny."

Source: Yahoo! News | Comments (6)

Tags: Bear

Recent comments on this story
Comment icon #1 Posted by psyche101 on 15 September, 2020, 9:20
Holy crap!!! Glad I don't live there!!!
Comment icon #2 Posted by jethrofloyd on 15 September, 2020, 9:38
Maybe it's just a neighbor in a bear costume?  
Comment icon #3 Posted by XenoFish on 15 September, 2020, 9:54
"Hand over the picnic basket and no one gets hurt."
Comment icon #4 Posted by jethrofloyd on 15 September, 2020, 10:15
I wouldn’t be surprised if a ‘bigfoot enthusiasts’ turn this news isoon nto the ‘Bigfoot Rings Doorbel During Late Night Visit’.
Comment icon #5 Posted by Jon the frog on 15 September, 2020, 13:17
Don't ring the bell after eating donuts, bear know that your fingers are sweet!
Comment icon #6 Posted by Seti42 on 16 September, 2020, 1:35
Looking for picnic baskets, I'd wager.

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