Bears Effortlessly Rummage Through Unlocked Ram and Jeep®

Thieves Aren't The Only Ones Looking To Get Into Your Vehicles...

In a seemingly tranquil night at Lake Tahoe, California, a startling incident unfolded, caught on a home security camera, showcasing the audacious antics of two furry troublemakers: bears on a mission to raid unsecured vehicles for a midnight snack.

The unsuspecting victims? A newer Ram 1500 Quad Cab and a Jeep® Grand Cherokee, parked innocently in a driveway on a quiet weekend night last month. Little did they know, they were about to become part of a real-life wildlife documentary.

The scene opens with one bear, let’s call it “Bear Number One,” casually sauntering towards the parked vehicles, while its partner in crime, “Bear Number Two,” eagerly follows suit. With the dexterity that would make a seasoned car thief jealous, Bear Number Two effortlessly pops open the back door of the Ram 1500, revealing the tantalizing mysteries within.

What follows can only be described as a bear-wrestling extravaganza atop the Ram’s quarter panel, leaving behind a trail of claw marks and dents as evidence of the tussle. Meanwhile, Bear Number One, perhaps feeling left out, joins the fray, adding its weight to the already chaotic situation.

Fast forward a few minutes, and the bears seem to have had their fill of the Ram’s offerings, but the adventure is far from over. With a newfound sense of determination, one of the bears ventures towards the Grand Cherokee, where the rear door had been invitingly left ajar.

With the precision of a seasoned carjacker, the bear made its way into the Jeep, rummaging through its contents in search of culinary delights. And just when it seemed the ordeal was reaching its climax, the video cut off, leaving viewers on the edge of their seats, wondering about the fate of the unsuspecting SUV.

The video serves as a stark reminder of the importance of securing our vehicles, especially in areas frequented by wildlife. While the damage inflicted by these curious creatures may range from minor scratches to full-blown interior chaos, the potential danger posed to both humans and bears alike is no laughing matter.

So, keep in mind next time you leave your vehicle for the night to lock it. Not only could you be deterring thieves, but wildlife as well.

Source: ViralHog on YouTube

Robert S. Miller

Robert S. Miller is a diehard Mopar enthusiast who lives and breathes all that is Mopar. The Michigander is not only the Editor for MoparInsiders.com, 5thGenRams.com, and HDRams.com but an automotive photographer. He is an avid fan of offshore powerboat racing, which he travels the country to take part in.

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cracks me up how easy they opened those doors.

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