The bear reportedly trashed the inside so badly, the doors couldn't be unlocked.
Smarter than the average bear, smart enough to get in - but not smart enough to get out.
A Golden, Colorado woman got a rude awakening when she discovered a black bear locked inside her car.
It's hard not to feel sorry for the bear in the video below. The poor critter gets nailed pretty hard while ambling across a Russian highway. Despite an impact at what looks to be at least 40 miles per hour, the big bear does his best impression of a breakdancer before shrugging off the hit and scampering for the hills. There's no telling what sort of internal damage the animal suffered due to the collision, but we imagine the offending car didn't get away so easily. With parts bouncing off of t
A family living across the street from Ocala National Forest is use to having wildlife wrecking it's way through their property, but the latest attack is almost unbearable.
Your garage should be a sacred place, somewhere that your precious car can hide away from the outside world and its ever-looming threats of bird poop, road salt and bears. Yes, bears should generally not be allowed into your garage, but this homeowner from Lake Tahoe, California apparently didn't get the memo.
It was a late August morning on Lake Tahoe's western shoreline when a wild bear slid behind the wheel of 61-year-old Brian McCarthy's 2002 Toyota Prius. After clawing its way into the Prius, the bear was stuck. Eventually, the wild animal found its way out of the vehicle, but not before it took the Prius for a quick spin.