A fearless Pennsylvania man herds a bear out of his campsite – even as it is bloodied by a blow from the huge wild animal
- A video uploaded today shows the dramatic moment a bear hit a man.
- Brave Man Mike was dragging the wild animal out of his campsite when he attacked
- This attack follows other similar incidents with bears in Pennsylvania.
Video uploaded today shows the moment a brave man was hit by a huge bear and left bloodied as he escorted the wild creature out of his campsite.
The fearless man was confidently herding the huge black bear from a campsite in Lake Harmony, Pennsylvania.
Other worried campers in the video were heard in the background telling their friend to be careful and move away, but the brave man named only Mike continued to confront the intruding bear.
Mike was seen leading the bear all the way through the campsite where the group had set up chairs and a TV until they reached the gate.
The bear aggressively kicked the side of Mike’s belly with its paw in a quick motion, prompting Mike to point at the creature and say, “No! before ordering the bear out through the gap in the fence.
After the bear hit Mike, he aggressively told the bear, “No! and pointed to the exit
Mike led the wild bear through the campsite while his friends worried about his closeness to the bear.
After finally forcing the bear out of their campsite, Mike lifted his shirt to show the group his battle scars while smiling proudly at his victory over the creature.
Mike’s comrades were shocked to see two bloody blows all over the side of Mike’s stomach.
Lake Harmony is in the Poconos region of Pennsylvania, where there have been numerous bear invasions recently due to food shortages.
Last September, a starving mother bear and three of her cubs were filmed by a doorbell camera breaking into someone’s home in Pocono Lake, Pennsylvania.
The video shows the mother bear and her cubs trying to open the front door with their paws.
They finally managed to climb through the window pushing the screen and make their way to the kitchen where they searched the fridge.
Ring doorbell footage shows a mama bear trying to open the front door with her paws
The bear broke through the window with her three cubs in tow
Owner John Costanzo said the bear family ate all the food in his fridge and tried to come back the next day for a few seconds.
Luckily Costanzo had locked his window and set up bear traps to keep the wild animals away and they weren’t as successful the second time around.
A game warden managed to nab the mother and two of the three cubs and they were taken to a bear sanctuary where they will be given enough food without having to break into homes and search fridges.
Video captured in August shows the moment a Pennsylvania father was run over by a bear in Montour County while in his garage.
The father was filling his children’s pool and disturbed the bear who was rummaging through the garbage cans for food.
This prompted the wild animal to bite him on the top of the head in a terrifying moment before the creature ran away from the garage.