Bear filmed opening cars door and looking for cash and phones
BEFORE I read The Worst-Case Scenario Survival Handbook, I’d supposed the best way to evade a bear would be to show it a picture of drippy Rupert Bear in his hideous trousers and hand it a pass to a local golf club. It turns out that the best way to escape a bear is to not sleep in the same clothes you cook in and go for the eyes or snout. Times move on, however, and now the best way to survive bear attack is to film it and upload the video on YouTube.
And bears appear wise to the Internet’s demands for eccentricity.
In this video the bear searches a truck parked in Maple Ridge, British Columbia, Canada, with all the dexterity and stealth of a adolescent’s mother checking her son’s room for contraband whilst he’s at school.
Conservation officer Denny Chretien says the bear has broken into other cars in the area. “It’s not a common behaviour but it is occurring.”
Blame the parents: