Hungry Bear Helps Itself to Food After Breaking Into Couple's California Home
It was the second time that a bear had broken into the couple's home.
A California couple was stunned to find they had been the victims of breaking and entering — by a bear.
Lake Sakes and Carole Scofield, of South Lake Tahoe, couldn't believe what they were seeing as they viewed security footage of the 300-pound bear breaking a window and reaching into their home for food.
The 7-foot-tall beast grabbed a bag of M&M's, spilling the candy all over the counter.
He licked up the mess, and then found a few other snacks to munch on.
After the bear spent nearly 15 minutes of rummaging through the kitchen, Sakes and Scofield returned to catch the animal in the act, and used bear spray to ward off the creature.
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