Man fights his bear hands against a BEAR after he has seen the beast eat bread in his kitchen
- Beer and her cub ate a loaf of bread when the homeowners found them
- Man beat bear and the confrontation has been compared to a & # 39; boxing match & # 39;
- The bear was later euthanized by officials, although its cub has not yet been found
A couple fought a bear and her cub with fists and a baseball bat after they found the animals that ate bread in their kitchen.
The incredible fight between the mother bear and Jon Johnson, 71, was described by officials as & # 39; a boxing match & # 39 ;.
The bear and his cub came into the couple's home in Pine, Jefferson County around Monday at 8:30 PM and started eating a loaf of bread, said the Jefferson County Shererson & # 39; s Office.
The homeowners found the bears after hearing noises and Mr. Johnson hit the larger animal while his George Ann Field hit it with the bat.
Jon Johnson, 71, beat the bear and was involved in a & # 39; boxing match & # 39; with the animal after he found it in his kitchen
His wife, George Ann Field, used a baseball bat to attack the animal in her kitchen after she found it
Both bears later walked through a screen door that they had used to enter the house.
The Sheriff's office said Mr. Johnson was scratched and cut by the bear on his face, chest, and arms, but he was not seriously injured and was treated on the spot.
His wife was undamaged.
Colorado Parks and Wildlife used dogs to search for the bears until midnight, before returning the next day at 5.30 am to locate the animals.
CPW officers and officials from USDA Wildlife Services found the bear about 800 meters from the house at 7:00 am and euthanized it.
Johnson was scratched and cut by the bear on his face, chest and arms, but he was not seriously injured
The couple found the bear and his cub eating bread in their kitchen and attacked the mother with a bat and fists (file photo)
The cub was not found.
CPW policy stipulates that if a bear attacks and injures a person, it must be euthanized.
The bear that had been euthanized is now being sent to the University of Wyoming Forensics Lab to confirm that it is the same person who raided the couple's kitchen.
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