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Serial bear harasser at Yellowstone National Park is CHASED by bear in latest video stunt

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A third video has surfaced on social media showing an unidentified man harassing a black bear in Yellowstone National Park, but this time the bear had had enough and attacked it.

The Park Service considers the man’s offenses “egregious,” and if caught, he could face up to six months in prison and a $5,000 fine, according to Cowboy State Daily.

The video, posted by “Tourons of Yellowstone” on Instagram, shows the serial bear teaser going through his usual routine: aggressively approaching a bear with his shirt off while his partner takes a video from a car.

The man, who was in an attacking stance with his fists clenched in the video, can be heard barking viciously at the bear.

He then tried to chase the bear – which seemed to be relaxing on a mountain and minding its own business – but the bear didn’t budge.

A third video, posted by ‘Tourons of Yellowstone’ on Instagram, has surfaced on social media showing an unidentified man harassing a black bear supposedly in Yellowstone National Park, but this time the bear had had enough and stormed back to the man.

The bear, seemingly tired of the man's behavior, decided to retaliate and chase the man back to his car.  The unknown man was able to get back inside unharmed.

The bear, seemingly tired of the man’s behavior, decided to retaliate and chase the man back to his car. The unknown man was able to get back inside unharmed.

This time, instead of running away, the bear stared at the reckless man, seemingly tired of his behavior and decided to retaliate and chase him back to his car.

The tables quickly turned for the crazed daredevil, who went from growling at the bear to screaming for his life.

“Oh my god, oh my god, oh my god!” he said, hurrying back to his car.

The animal criminal made it back safely in his car before the bear descended from the mountain.

He wore the same outfit in the videos, but it’s unclear if the three clips were shot on the same day or the same place.

Park officials have not confirmed the incident took place in Yellowstone National Park, but say they are investigating.

Park spokeswoman Linda Veress told the Cowboy State Daily that “the charge in an incident like this would be a class B misdemeanor punishable by up to six months in jail and a $5,000 fine.”

Park officials aren’t the only ones fed up with the man’s schtick. The videos sparked outrage on social media.

The video of the serial bear teaser has sparked outrage online: “Is it wrong to wish someone harm?  Lol,

The video of the serial bear teaser has sparked outrage online: “Is it wrong to wish someone harm? Lol,” one user commented on Instagram

The Park Service considers the man's offenses

The Park Service considers the man’s offenses “egregious” and if caught could face up to six months in jail and a $5,000 fine

Is it wrong to wish someone harm? Lol,” one user commented on Instagram.

Another said, “I hope he gets arrested and banned from all parks.”

Others emphasize the danger this act could pose to other tourists in the park.

“Provoke a bear and the next person that bear encounters is at a higher risk of being attacked,” said another Instagram user.

In previous videos, the bears appeared confused and fled when the man approached them aggressively, growling and barking like a gorilla after he took his shirt off.

An earlier video of what appears to be the same man posted to TouronsOfYellowstone – an Instagram page dedicated to idiotic tourists – shows the man in a car with Sam Smith blaring in the background as his friend, filming the event, tells him to “leave the door open.”

He carefully steps out of the vehicle as a brown bear watches the pair over his shoulder before departing for the tree line.

The man gives chase, making growling noises until the animal disappears into the tree line.

After the bears disappeared, the man turned and ripped off his shirt before appearing to mimic a gorilla by bending over and bending as he hoped to take a few steps back toward the car with a wide smile on his face as his male friend laughed

After the bears disappeared, the man turned and ripped off his shirt before appearing to mimic a gorilla by bending over and bending as he hoped to take a few steps back toward the car with a wide smile on his face as his male friend laughed

National park officials are now looking for the man, who may face charges of harassing an animal, which is illegal in the park.  He could face a $5,000 fine and jail time, according to park spokeswoman Linda Veres, who said officials are investigating the incident

National park officials are now looking for the man, who may face charges of harassing an animal, which is illegal in the park. He could face a $5,000 fine and jail time, according to park spokeswoman Linda Veres, who said officials are investigating the incident

He then turns and rips off his shirt before imitating a gorilla by leaning over and bowing, hoping a few steps back to the car with a big smile on his face as his male friend laughs.

In another video, which appeared to have been taken shortly after, the shirtless man once again jumps out of his idling vehicle and runs towards another little black bear.

The bear, who was heading for the tree line, pauses after hearing the man bark at him before hurriedly running off into the dense forest.

The man turns back to the car and lets out a few more cries before making his way back to safety.

The National Parks Service said people should stay at least 300 feet away from bears, stating that “if you change the animal’s behavior, you’re too close.”

“Keep wildlife’s travel or escape route clear and move away if an animal approaches you,” it says on its website.

“Never intentionally go near a bear. Individual bears have their own personal space requirements, which vary according to their mood.

“Everyone will react differently and their behavior cannot be predicted. All bears are dangerous and must be respected.”

This comes after a series of incidents involving reckless tourists interfering with wildlife in Yellowstone.

In shocking videos posted over the span of two weeks last month, two tourists came dangerously close to being stung by bison in Yellowstone National Park.

A video, also posted by TouronsOfYellowstone and credited to Russ Bjorn on Instagram, shows a woman, who has not yet been identified, extending her hand in an attempt to touch the bison.

In a split second the buffalo lunged forward, giving the impression that it was about to attack. The woman quickly retreated in panic, tripping over herself in the process. The fearful screams of the group can be heard in the background.

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