BP Mental Health Break: Real Bear Rescues Stuffed Bear

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From AP by way of New York magazine comes word of the most adorable crime ever. A New Hampshire black bear broke into someone’s house, ate some pears, drank some water, and then rescued a teddy bear from human servitude on his way out:

According to homeowner Mary Beth Parkinson, the real bear fled when he heard the sound of her garage door going up but “grabbed a stuffed bear” just before lumbering out the door.

See? Don’t you feel slightly better already about Mac’s latest BP news?

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