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October 16, 2023
Watch: Black Bear Walks Into A Gas Station, Steals A Pack Of Gummy Bears, And Eats Them In Front Of Owner
This story may be hard to bare.
Thieves are starting to get more and more brazen each and every day.
An unwanted guest stole merchandise from a store in Canada right in front of the owner and did not even try to hide it.
“He just decided to come in and do some shopping … without paying!” Jay deGoesbriand, who owns Tipton's Gas Bar, told the Vancouver Sun.
Jay and Karen deGoesbriand serve a variety of customers at their convenience store on Vancouver Island. But they never expected a black bear to stroll in last Monday morning.
A Canadian bear was caught on security video sniffing around inside the convenience store — and making off with a pack of gummy bears.
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“Then this little bugger has the nerve to sit at the end of my driveway, look at me, and eat it,” Jay deGoesbriand told the Vancouver Sun.
DeGoesbriand was sipping on his early morning coffee when he spotted the bear strolling into the shop. The bear sniffed around a bit before he decided he could bear-ly resist some gummy bears, then wandered outside to finish his breakfast.
It seems the gummy bandit could not bear to share the candy treats with anyone else.
“That’s definitely a first for me,” he told the outlet. “He wasn’t aggressive at all. He didn’t knock anything over. He never even looked at me. It was pretty weird.”
This furry thief obviously has no shame in his game.
The incident definitely tickled Karen’s sweet spot as she found the situation unbear-able.
"I thought it was so cool," Karen said. "Obviously [the bear] has a sweet tooth."
According to reports, in August, there were 5,963 calls to the British Columbia Conservation Officer Service (COS) about black bears, nearly double the previous high of 2,366 calls in 2011.
According to the COS, once a bear has become used to human food and unafraid of people, they can't be rehabilitated.
Jay deGoesbriand said that the thief felt more emboldened to come back to the convenience store to once again satisfy his hunger craving, as the furry creature returned just the very next day.
Sounds like he may have gotten used to human food.
It is a tale as old as time. Criminal gets away with crime. Criminal comes back to commit more crime. And it is some endless cycle.
Fortunately, the next time, the owners took precautions against the gummy bear bandit as the door was closed and he could not get it.