Bear V. Bro! Bear Goes For Bro’s Steaks – Bro’s Like, ‘Oh, HELL No!’

NEVER come between a man and his steak. This bear just saw that first-hand. What would YOU do in this situation?

Written by Outdoor Beasts Staff on September 12, 2017

NEVER come between a man and his steak. This bear just saw that first-hand.

What would YOU do in this situation?

A bear smells the food on your grill.

You’ve got some nice steak… some shrimp cooking… and a bear invites himself over for a little surf & turf.

You don’t have your gun handy.

But you really wanted that steak.

Do you write it off as a loss? Or do you do what this guy did… challenge the bear, even though the only thing in your hands are a lite beer and a BBQ fork?

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Was he badass, or an honorable mention for a Darwin Award?

Trying to scare him off with lite beer? That was weird.

His dad stepping in holding up those tongs? Not much better.

(Dad must really love his shrimp.)

You’d think they were trying to shoo away a stray dog.

This.
Is.
A.
Bear.

What he did to deter the bear at the end, though? That was actually pretty smart.

So, is this guy a hero, bravely defending supper?

Or is he a moron who nearly pissed it all away over a $20 steak?

The comments are open. Let us know what you think.

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