Residents of a home in the U.S. State of Montana were shocked Friday morning when they discovered that a bear had invaded their home. The animal had trapped itself in the hall and wreaked havoc there. Then he climbed into a closet to take a nap. When the police arrived a little later, the bear was not impressed at all.
The incident happened in the town of Missoula. It was at 5:45 in the morning that the police received a call from the residents and returned to the scene.
“When deputies arrived, they discovered this black bear had opened the door to the mudroom of this residence and somehow managed to deadbolt the door from inside,” said the police, who is telling the whole story on Facebook
When the animal realized it couldn’t leave, it began to break down the room. Until he was tired and climbed into a closet to take a nap. When the officers knocked on the window, the bear was not impressed at all. He slowly stretched out, yawned, and looked at the door with disdain.
“After being unable to leave, the bear began ripping the room apart but then decided he was tired and climbed up into the closet for a nap.”
Eventually, the officers managed to open the door, hoping the bear would come out of the cupboard and leave. But the only response they received was even more yawning.
Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks conservation organization came to the scene to help and numb the bear so that he could be deported again in the Mission Mountains. It turned out to be a 3-year-old animal that weighed 32 kilograms.
The police also shared a video of the adventure on social media.