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    This is the incredible moment a bear sits down at a restaurant table and chows down on a diner's burger.  In footage uploaded online, the animal can be seen calmly approaching the outdoor dining table at Sonney's BBQ Shack in Lake Tahoe, California.  It appears to take a seat as it eyes up a hamburger left behind by a family who had ran away out of fear and hid inside the restaurant.  Despite one man waving a red stool in its face, the bear - believed to be female - refuses to leave and calmly takes a bite out of the meal.  
    STEPHEN Bear has been accused of lying about splashing out £24,000 on a "seven-star" Turkish hotel. The controversial reality star, 31, is in Antalya with his girlfriend Jessica Smith, 22, where the pair have been filming explicit videos for their porn sites. 4Stephen Bear and girlfriend Jessica are filming their own porn videosCredit: stephen__bear/Twitter 4Bear says he's enjoying "seven-star" luxuryCredit: TikTok/@@stevie_bear Yesterday Bear shared a clip on Twitter of Jessica performing a sex act on him, shocking users of the platform. In a series of social media posts, Bear also bragged about enjoying "seven star views" which set him back an eye-watering sum. However, there's officially no such hotel ranking as "seven-star". Certain luxurious businesses claim to offer a 'seven star' experience, but from the look of the bathroom in which Bear shot his sex act and the facilities shared on his social media, his isn't one of them. SLEAZY DOES IT Bear also claimed he made $1 million (£720,000) in just 12 hours after posting the explicit video. He tweeted: “I earned $1,000,000 in 12 hours. Click the...
    HELENA (AP/CBS13) — Wildlife officials said they shot and killed a Montana grizzly bear Friday that had pulled a California woman from her tent and killed her earlier this week in the middle of a small Montana town. The bear was shot by federal wildlife workers wearing night vision goggles shortly after midnight, when it approached a trap set near a chicken coop about 2 miles (3 kilometers) from Ovando, where Leah Davis Lokan, 65, of Chico, California, was killed early Tuesday morning, said Greg Lemon with Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks. READ MORE: Child Tax Credit: How Do You Opt Out Of Advance Monthly Payments? The bear had raided the chicken coop overnight Wednesday, and officials set a baited trap nearby hoping to lure the animal back. “Based on the size of the bear, the color of the bear and the nature of the chicken coop raids, we’re confident we’ve got the offending bear,” Lemon said. On Thursday night, an Ovando woman came home and found her door ripped off and noticed large claw marks, Powell County Sheriff Gavin...
    A brown bear was shot dead today after injuring four people while rampaging through a Japanese city and attacking soldiers at a barracks. Dramatic footage showed the bear bounding down busy streets in Sapporo before it darted across a main road and started clawing at the gates of the barracks where it knocked a soldier to the ground as other troops fled in terror.  Schools were shut and flights were cancelled at the regional airport as a team of hunters were deployed alongside police to track the animal down. City officials later tweeted that the beast had been 'exterminated' - shot by the hunters.  The brown bear is seen bounding down on a residential street in front of a car in Sapporo on Friday The animal appears to bundle a soldier to the ground after entering a nearby barracks - at least one solider was among the four people wounded by the bear The brown bear on the loose in Sapporo, on Japan's northern island Hokkaido  Members of the hunting squad train their rifles towards the...
    We were worn out after the paddling a canoe and flinging bass and muskie lures all day through the Tygarts Creek Gorge. We hit the sack not long after dark. Whatever it was moving about in the inky darkness outside our tent woke John Weiss first, and John woke me. “Sam! Sam!” he said, shaking me in my sleeping bag. “There’s something out there and I think it’s planning on coming in here!” “Probably just a big ol’ black bear,” I joked, rubbing the corners of my eyes with the knuckles of my forefingers. We had pitched our tent in the edge of a field at the top of the left-hand bank of Tygarts Creek where it flows through the gorge in Carter County. This adventure took place more than 40 years ago. Seeing a black bear anywhere in eastern Kentucky at that time would have been as rare as seeing a little green man from Mars step out of a space ship. John grouped about for his flashlight, found it, snapped it on and crawled on all fours to...
    HORROR pictures show the terrifying injuries suffered by a surveyor after he was mauled by a bear in a wood leaving him with deep wounds to his head.  Allen Dewitt Minish, 61, was alone and surveying land in a remote part of Alaska for a real estate agent on Tuesday morning when he saw the large brown bear walking 30 feet away.  3Allen Minish was left with a crushed jar, a puncture wound to his scalp, lacerations, and many stitchesCredit: AP He said that it was far larger than any of the 300-pound bears he has seen in his 40 years of living in Alaska.  “I saw him and he saw me at the same time, and it’s scary,” he told Associated Press from his hospital bed after undergoing four and a half hours of surgery.  The bear closed the gap between them instantly, charging at Minish as he tried to dodge behind small spruce trees.  Minish said he had his gun on the car but he believes the bear moved so fast that it wouldn’t have made a difference. ...
    A rescue mission has saved the life of an orphaned polar bear tamed 'like a dog' by gold miners in the Arctic. The cub on the remote Russian island of Bolshevik had been left all alone when its mother died.  The hungry little beast was attracted by the smell of cooking at a gold mine, and begged to be fed. Over several months, the wild animal became tame as miners cared for her, saving her life, even though strict rules forbid the feeding of endangered polar bears because doing so means they lose the ability to hunt. Footage of the bear shows her climbing a ladder at the facility in the Severnaya Zemlya archipelago high in the Arctic, before jumping up to bear hug one of the miners.  A rescue mission has saved the life of an orphaned polar bear tamed 'like a dog' by gold miners in the Arctic. Footage of the bear shows her jumping up to bear hug one of the miners The cub on the remote Russian island of Bolshevik had been left...
    We've all been told time and time again that eight hours is the optimal number for sleep, but one expert claims that there is no 'magic number' that suits all. Olivia Arezzolo, from Sydney, said while some people need eight or nine hours to function to their best, others can get by and be productive on just five or six.  The expert revealed how you can find your ideal number, and the factors that influence how much shut-eye you really need.  Olivia Arezzolo (pictured), from Sydney, said while some people need eight or nine hours sleep to function to their best, others can get by and be productive on just five or six RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Nutritionist reveals how to meal prep like a pro in 30... Can you spot which meal is healthier? Dietitian shares... Aussies list the luxury items that have 'changed their... Graphic designer who used her house savings to start a... Share this article Share 'Sleep is definitely not a one-size-fits-all concept...
    Celebrity kids then and now: See how theyve grown How Oprah and These Other Big-Name Celebs Made Their Fortunes A bear chased a skier down a mountain, and one horrified onlooker captured video from the ski lift © Provided by INSIDER Eventually, the skier escaped by throwing his bag to distract the bear. Go-fun-the-world/YouTube Visitors to a ski resort in Transylvania, Romania, watched in horror as a bear chased a skier down the one of the mountain's trails. One onlooker caught footage of the terrifying scene from the ski lift. Eventually, the skier escaped by throwing his bag to distract the bear, per ABC News. Check out a clip of the stunning scene below: Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Replay Video SETTINGS OFF HD HQ SD LO Skip Ad  Read the original article on Insider
    GEORGIA Harrison has said she is 'struggling to cope' in the wake of ex Stephen Bear's arrest. The Love Island star took to her Instagram Stories today to speak out against her ex, who she accused of posting a sex video of her online, explaining how his actions have left her "full of pain and anger". 7Georgia Harrison has said she is 'struggling to cope' in the wake of ex Stephen Bear's arrestCredit: Georgia Harrison/Instagram Sharing the trauma she's been through, the reality TV star bravely penned: "it's taking everything i've got to keep quiet during this time. "I'm just so hurt, everyday it's just one thing after another of mockery'sand lies and my burns. "Anyone associating themselves with this s**t should be ashamed. I just don't understand why?" [sic]. In the emotional post, the 26-year-old revealed her experience has left her suffering with crippling anxiety. 7Bear was arrested on suspicion of disclosing private sexual images and obstructing a police officer. He is currently out on bailCredit: Youtube "I'm actually struggling to cope with this," she admitted. "I never full understood...
    A 440-pound black bear has been filmed attacking its trainer during a circus show in China after the man allegedly stopped the animal from eating treats thrown by the audience. Terrifying footage shows the giant beast biting and tackling the tamer to the ground while other staff repeatedly hit the animal with sticks, forcing it to let go of their colleague. The animal trainer survived without severe injuries as the bear had its teeth sawed off as a cub to prevent it from harming people, reported Chinese media. A 440-pound black bear has been filmed attacking its trainer during a circus show in China after the man allegedly stopped the animal from eating treats thrown by the audience RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Chinese takeaway owner lands £10,000 publishing deal after... China's President Xi Jinping wishes Donald and Melania Trump... Superstitious high roller who owes a Gold Coast casino... Chinese online store owner is jailed for seven years for... Share this article Share The event occurred during a...
    ALASKAN Bush People’s Bear and Bam Bam Brown rushed back toward the fire burning their home in search of parents Billy and Ami after learning they were missing. A wildfire broke out on the mountain where the Browns live during Sunday’s new episode, and the all family and crew members were ordered to evacuate the area. 10The Brown family was forced to evacuate due to a wildfire on Sunday's new episode of Alaskan Bush PeopleCredit: Discovery The Discovery Channel reality show is playing catch-up, showing fans the lead-up to what recently happened to the Brown family’s estate. They ended up losing their $1.6 million Washington property in the Palmer Wildfires, which have been continuing to burn for weeks. During Sunday’s new ABP episode, the fires and smoke were just starting to get closer to their property, leading everyone to evacuate down the mountain, which only had one access road. All of the Brown family and all of the crew drove down to base camp at the bottom, but Bear and Bam Bam realized they were missing a few people, namely...
    YUBA COUNTY (CBS13) – Thousands of Yuba County evacuees are waiting to find out if their homes are still standing. Many of them came to the area around the Yuba-Sutter Fairgrounds, many having to leave in the middle of the night with only the clothes on their back. They’re worried about loved ones left behind and livestock. “We were able to grab what we could and as we were coming down the ridge…we saw a glow…in minutes…we were in danger!” said Cassandra MIntzas. Mintzas clutched her dog Brewster as she talked about escaping the Willow Fire. She said they left their property and their livestock behind. “It was a little traumatic,” she said. Carla Jara with Yuba Health/Human Services is the on-site manager at the fairgrounds. “They’re frantic. They don’t have anywhere to go-even somewhere safe,” said Jara. “They just want to park their car rest their eyes,” As fire evacuees checked in, they wore masks and tried to maintain social distancing. “We have restrooms on-site and animal services on -ite,” she said. “Some have brought their trailers.” COVID-19 has...
     Everyone occasionally craves a late night snack.  A woman stopping at a Lake Tahoe, California, grocery store captured the wild moment when a large brown bear stopped by to grab a bag of chips.  'So there was this woman walking out of Safeway and almost into a bear.... that was me... I'm the woman,' Adina Baidoo, the woman who captured the encounter, said in a Facebook post. Adina Baidoo had been shopping at a Lake Tahoe, California, Safeway when she encountered the brown bear In the brief clip, Baidoo walks towards the store and shows that the bear is inside.  Someone honks as she gets too close, but she reassures the person that she won't get too close.  'This bear... has gone into Safeway and has decided he's going to go shopping,' she shares.  The bear paced throughout the store before grabbing a large bag of Tostitos chips RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next NYU students who are quarantining ahead of classes blast the... Raptors president Masai Ujiri claims he was targeted by...
    Colorado wildlife officials euthanized a sow bear early on Saturday morning after the animal was believed to have attacked a local woman and then chased another in a residential neighborhood. Colorado Parks and Wildlife officers said they tracked down the bear near Manitou Springs, which lies about 80 miles south of Denver. ‘We believe this is the sow that aggressively attacked one woman in Manitou Springs and then chased another on Thursday night,’ said Cody Wigner, Assistant Area Wildlife Manager for the Colorado Springs region. The wildlife officers caught the bear near the scene of the attack using trained hounds, according to KDVR-TV. A Colorado woman suffered scratch marks after she was attacked by a bear in her residential neighborhood in Manitou Springs on Thursday They then put it down in what was described as ‘humane’ euthanasia. The sow’s two cubs were found and taken to a rehabilitation center where they will be trained to avoid human contact. The cubs are expected to be released into the wilderness next winter. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next ...
    Talking to a wild bear like a pet dog would probably not be any expert's recommended protocol but it certainly worked for these guys.  Scott Bixby saw a wild bear eating from a bird feeder in Steamboat Springs, Colorado, and got the bear back off by repeatedly telling it 'down'.   Scott and the person he was with jokingly named the bear Teddy Graham, after the bear-shaped cracker snacks.  Any tips for bear-proofing a birdfeeder? pic.twitter.com/UUlRiwHYTB— Scott Bixby (@scottbix) June 17, 2020 A bear climbed a tree to get to a bird feeder in Steamboat Springs, Colorado, but was told to climb down by Scott Bixby Scott clapped his hands and repeatedly told the bear 'down' which the bear remarkably obeyed The video starts with a panicked voice asking Scott what to do as Scott walks out onto the deck towards the bear who has climbed a tree to reach a bird feeder hanging up.  The bear seems to casually watch Scott and he tells it to stop munching on the feed.  Remarkably when Scott claps his hands and says...
    Five bear cubs were captured having the time of their life on play equipment in North Carolina as mother bear looked on. The adorable cubs were filmed on June 12 in Asheville as they enjoyed exploring the swing and slide set. The main focus of the bear's attention was the slide with four of the cubs scrambling to see who could enjoy it first.  The adorable cubs were filmed on June 12 in Asheville, North Carolina, as they enjoyed exploring the swing and slide set The footage shows two of the bears play fighting for pole position at the bottom of the slide.    A third cub then tries its luck to get on the bottom of the slide, climbing over the side, and successfully knocking one of the bears off, while the other walks away.  The same cub bounds up to the top of the slide skidding down to tackle the cub, who it had pushed off, who's now having another attempt at making it to the top, only to be pushed back down again. The main focus...
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