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article imageBear crashes boy's birthday party, eats cupcakes

By Mike White     Jun 26, 2014 in Odd News
People sometimes get uninvited guests at a party, but this is ridiculous! In Alaska, a hungry bear crashed a boy's birthday party and went straight for the cupcakes.
The Huffington Post reported the bear, after falling through a skylight before the toddler's party in Alaska, helped himself to treats prepared for the event.
"I was literally in the room, and I heard this cracking," Glen Merrill, father of the one-year-old Jackson, told the Juneau Empire, ”the next thing you know there's a bear that, I mean literally fell from (the skylight). It was like three feet away from me."
As everyone ran away from the large animal the bear ran for the cupcakes, devouring them quickly. The family did manage to get the bear out of the house. However, the bear wasn't ready to leave yet and he peered through the window at the party.
According to the, Glen Merrill was able to take Jackson upstairs to safety after seeing the bear, before doing anything else. He ran into a different room and closed the door.
The cupcakes the bear ate were lemon and blueberry.
“The bear walks over and puts its paws up on the table and starts licking his birthday cupcakes, and I’m just like, you’ve got to be kidding me,” the mom recalled, after seeing the whole incident behind the glass doors in the family kitchen.
The father yelled at the animal and showed him the door, and the bear left. Merrill said the animal seemed used to people and cooperated.
The Merrills borrowed bear spray and sprayed him from inside their house, and the animal left.
"There probably isn't a neighborhood or place where we have homes where the potential isn't there for you to run into a bear or observe a bear, “ Ryan Scott of the Alaska Department of Fish and Game explained, according to "There is really no place where the potential isn't there."
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