Terrifying moment when woman is chased by two bears in alley outside her house in Romanian city [Video]
Terrifying moment when woman is chased by two bears in the alley in front of her house in Romanian city
- A woman was chased into her own home by two bears in Sinaia, central Romania
- Video shows woman leaving the house before rushing back, chased by bears
- Romania has the largest brown bear population in Europe outside of Russia
This is when a Romanian woman was chased into her home by two bears during the country’s latest terror.
The incident took place in Sinaia, a town in central Romania’s Prahova county, with images of a mother bear and her cub strolling down an alleyway shortly before a woman leaves her home on Oct. 27 at 9:45 p.m.
Romania has the largest population of brown bears outside of Russia with an estimated 6,000 in the wild.
This is when a mother bear and her cub chase a Romanian woman back to her own home
The woman had left the house, but CCTV footage shows her rushing home, chased by the bears
Incidents of bears attacking humans are common in the country. Authorities have been able to shoot bears that break into people’s homes since July
There are about 6,000 bears in Romania, the largest population in all European countries outside of Russia
The footage shows a woman being chased by bears in an alley in front of her house, but she manages to escape them at the last minute.
The woman, who is not mentioned by name, can be seen through a gate connecting her house to the alley in front of her house and walking and walking away in the same direction as the bears.
A few seconds later, however, she can be seen running back to the gate and quickly back inside, being careful to close the gate behind her.
The mother bear and her cub can then come back into the picture, with the mother bear standing on her hind legs and placing her front legs on the female’s fence before looking closely over it and sniffing the air.
Despite the fence trembling a little under the weight of the mother bear, she tries not to knock it down and seems to decide that the woman is causing more trouble than she’s worth.
After waiting a few seconds, the mother bear and her cub leave.
Since July, city and city authorities have been allowed to shoot bears that break into people’s homes, even though brown bears are protected animals.
The bears of the country often break into houses, hit cars and attack people and livestock.