A family of Norwegian Bears, mother bear and her two baby bears were so depressed and upset after reading about the persecution of birds of prey in the UK via their local forest Internet cafe on Raptor Politics, mother bear decided this week to turn to drink to help drown their family sorrows because they were so angry. We hope the rest of our followers, who may also feel depressed and frustrated at what is going on, are not tempted to follow the bears’ example. It would be far too easy to become complacent turning a blind eye to this illegal activity by drowning our sorrows in drink just like the three bears, but this is not the answer. No, instead we must focus our anger and frustration towards those individuals responsible for what is taking place throughout our uplands. Breaking into someones private property by ripping off a wall, eating and drinking nearly all contents is a course of action not to be recommended, even if the hut belonged to a hunter.
By the time the police arrived to breathalyse the family, even Goldilocks had disappeared leaving the cupboard and cabin empty
The cabin’s owner, Even Borthen Nilsen, told reporters that over 100 cans of best Norwegian beer – stored in the hut in preparation for the autumn hunting season – had disappeared.
Bear excrement and footprints – and an awful stench – left him in no doubt that it was the animals that had trashed the place during a night of revelry.
The carnage was discovered by Mr Borthen Nilsen’s mother and grandmother when they returned to the family-owned 26-square foot hut in Jarfjord in Finnmarken.
The 3 bears consumed over 100 cans of beer before leaving the scene of their party
The police reported the cupboard was left bare after the family had also polished off the family’s store of marshmallows, chocolate spread and honey, we have no information at this time how much porridge was eaten.
Mr Borthen Nilsen, who has studied natural resource management and bears, said: “They had a hell of a party in there.
“The entire cabin was destroyed. Although the three beds had not been slept in, all kitchen appliances, stove, oven and cupboards and shelves were all smashed to pieces.
“They have bitten into the cans and drunk the beer.
“It’s almost like taken out of Goldilocks and the three bears.”
He added that now that the mother had shown her cubs how to get into the cabin and given them a taste for beer, he feared they might come back for more.