Soda-loving bear breaks into car | CAUGHT ON CAMERA

In a video shared by 23 ABC News, Rosel maintains a sense of humor about the whole thing.


“I tried reasoning with him,” she says in the video. “I explained to him how important the car was and that I had to go to work the next morning. That didn’t seem to affect him whatsoever.” Hey, at least she tried, right?

Bears, specifically, can go the extra mile when they sense food. In 2021, a California resident found two bear cubs had broken into his house in search of a bucket of KFC that had been sitting on the kitchen counter. And we won’t even get started on “Hank the Tank,” a bear who was once responsible for breaking into over two dozen homes in Lake Tahoe, or the band of bears that broke into an occupied cabin in Tennessee and managed to take down an enormous amount of snacks (and also candy and soda) before making their successful getaway.


If you do find yourself in an unfortunate situation with a black bear, be careful. Adults can range between 130 to 660 pounds, so keep your distance, and if one breaks into your house, get out of there, call your local animal control agency, and don’t block its way out. What’s a few (dozen) cans of soda worth anyway, right?