Drunk bears destroy holiday cabin after sinking 100 beers

11:21 15 August 2012

Drunk bears strike in Norway. Photo: Andrew Milligan

Drunk bears strike in Norway. Photo: Andrew Milligan

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A group of boozed-up bears in Norway ransacked a holiday cabin after polishing off 100 beers.

A family of Norwegian holidaymakers found their cabin ransacked by a mother bear and her three cubs, with empty beer cans littered all over the floor.

The furry revellers enjoyed quite the party in the cabin, and as well as biting into beer cans, the boozy bears feasted on honey, chocolate spread and marshmallows.

Borthen Nilsen, the owner of the cabin, is quoted by the Daily Mirror newspaper as saying: “They had a hell of a party in there. The entire cabin was destroyed.

“The beds and all kitchen appliances, stove, oven and cupboards and shelves were all smashed completely to pieces.

“They have bitten into the cans and drunk all the beer, smashed open the honey jars and left a heck of a mess.”

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