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7-Eleven Worker Panics After Bear Decides To Come Into Store Looking For A Snack In Viral Video

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Convenience store workers are usually worried about shoplifters and staying safe from the threat of humans on overnight shifts, but one 7-Eleven clerk was shocked and terrified when a bear entered the store.

The video features the voice of a woman—later identified as Rachelle Ducusin—trying to shoo the bear from the store—and having several emotional moments—while the bear, unperturbed, pokes its head in and sniffs while getting a bit of hand sanitizer from the dispenser by the door.

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Last night enter the store…. #bearworld #squawvalley #truckee #nature #foryou

She continues to yell while the bear, confused, stands there and sniffs more.

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When he was outside at the dumpster, Ducusin threw things at him to try to get him to leave the store parking lot.

The bear reportedly charged her several times.

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Bear try to open trash dumpster…. #nature #squawvalley #foryou #bear

But the bear would, once again, not be scared off so easily.

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The bear traipsed around the property for awhile, collected more food from the dumpster and then took off after being driven away by authorities firing rubber bullets.

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It is unspecified exactly where this took place, although it appears to be located near Lake Tahoe and Truckee in California.

The bear was reportedly back at the trash the next morning.

Regardless if you are located nearby, beware—a hungry bear could surprise you at any moment.