Bear strolls into California Highway Patrol office — WSVN 7News | Miami News, Weather, Sports | Fort Lauderdale

TRUCKEE, Calif. (AP) — A bear had no trouble opening a door as it strolled into a California Highway Patrol office in a mountain town. In an online video shared by the CHP Saturday, the bear is seen through a window standing on its back legs outside the Donner Pass Commercial Vehicle Enforcement Facility. Walk…

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One Of The Scariest, And Most Adorable Moments From This Weekend

This weekend was “Thanksgiving Weekend;” that time of the year where we gather with our families to say what we are thankful for in our lives. It’s that time of year when we eat mounds of food, watch hours of football, and explain to our family why we are still single for the 24th year in a row.

(It’s also the time for intense shopping, even though we are supposed to be “thankful” for what we have. But I’m not going to open that can of worms right now).

Anyway, during a weekend when plenty of visitors are welcomed into our homes; one particular visitor was not-so-welcomed into a California Highway Patrol office. While the rest of the world was getting over their “Thanksgiving Hangover,” a bear was trying to investigate the inner workings of a police office in California.

Obviously, this is one of the scariest moments anyone could witness in their lifetime. Seeing a big bear being able to OPEN A DOOR and walk around the inside of your building will send shivers up and down your spine.

However, if you are a bystander watching the video online, you have to admit that it is extremely adorable. I mean, it’s almost like a scene out of a movie. A bear opening a door to a police office by himself and walking around? Just WOW!

 

But what would you have done if you saw this happen? What would be your first reaction? Let me know in the comments section below.

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