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Video Of Bear Raiding Fridge Is All Of Us Looking For A Midnight Snack

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Sometimes we get a craving for something sweet in the middle of the night and need to make a quick run to the fridge.

This bear in Colorado totally understands the midnight munchies dilemma and wouldn't let his stomach growls continue throughout the night. In order to find a snack, he broke into someone's house and raided his fridge while he was asleep.

Before you wonder how exactly this fella found his way to the kitchen, let's back up.

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Colorado homeowner Chris O'Dubrhraic woke up on the Fourth of July to find food strewn throughout the house and marks on his refrigerator. It's definitely not the way you want to kick off Independence Day.

He had no choice but to look at the video surveillance footage to see what had happened. Once he did, O'Dubrhraic discovered a large bear had been roaming the house — particularly the kitchen, because he knows what's up — for five hours while he slept, according to Delish.

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FIVE. HOURS. This sneaky creature must have moves like a ballerina if O'Dubrhraic was able to sleep for that amount of time while Mr. Bear was on a quest for tasty treats.

"It's unsettling to know that something that powerful and something that untamed and potentially dangerous is roaming around your house for five hours," O'Dubrhraic told TV station Fox5.

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The bear made his way through a closed window before roaming the hallways and other areas in the house. He took a liking to the kitchen and peeked inside the fridge to see if there was anything good.

According to Delish, the furry creature was quite impressed with O'Dubrhraic's chicken cutlets — obviously a top-notch choice.

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The bear escaped the house before O'Dubrhraic woke up.

Sadly, the humorous footage led to an upsetting ending. According to Delish, the bear was reported to wildlife officials in the area.

"Unfortunately that bear has learned too much about bad behavior," Corey Adler of Colorado Parks and Wildlife said. "We have to then put that bear down."