A man woke up a lush morning in Whittier, Alaska to discover that a grizzly bear had torn into his precious convertible in a quest for fig newtones like … someone who tried to rage tear open a box of figs newtons .
After the incident, anecdotal stories began to appear in the media about the bear with the ultimate sweetheart who would not give up cobra, other than a 1925 Shelby Cobra, to cure his jonesing for the elusive cakes.
And according to autoblog
"Tom Cotter, the host Children Find Hunter Children Find Hunter ] at Hagerty was to sneak through Alaska with its 1965 289 Shelby Cobra. He woke up in the morning to find out that his Shelby had been torn by a bear in search of some Fig Newtons. "
Although the grizzly bear is actually in the order of Carnivora, they are actually general people who eat things like insects , plants life, fish and other things like squeal. Apparently the sporadic sweetness of this bill fits.
If you sit there laughing and looking at this big hairy creature that tears into a convertible in search of sugar freak as you read this article, we do not blame you. We have all been there. Tom Cotteris did not doubt the chaos, but found that cold morning because Cobra's vinyl convertible top was original.
Tom Cotter had placed the top of the car because the group he was with could only leave the Alaskan city through a rail tunnel, reports Fox News . Rocks have been observed falling from the tunnel, so he had put the convertible top for protection.
Shelby Cobra had been parked overnight with tempting goodies inside, and it was just enough time for the grizzly bear to wander off and say, "Hello, Mr. Ranger, I'm in the right place at the right time for a tempting picnic basket with fig Newtons! " Or something similar, we think.
According to reports, the grizzly bear saved vintage peak, leaving a gaping hole. The bear also managed to put some pants in Cobra's rear fender and dirt it with a few bear tracks. So rude. On top of the problem with the mauled convertible top, the link also went out on the vehicle.
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Meanwhile, Tom Cotter lends an airplane to perform the necessary repairs. One good thing was that Shelby Cobra's interior was still intact when he found it.
It's funny to note that grizzly bear often finds his roads in cars as shown in the video below.
Some of the grizzly bears find themselves in a situation where they can not get out. Then, emergency specialists and authorities must go in and help them escape. There must have been a Klondike bar in one.