A Safeway in California might want to consider designating bears-only shopping hours.
For the second time in two weeks, a customer has spotted a bear in a Lake Tahoe Safeway doing some light grocery shopping.
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The latest sighting came on Aug. 27, when the shopping bear in Safeway was filmed poking around the produce section, according to CBS Los Angeles. The animal seemed to be weighing its options before ultimately leaving with a plastic container in its mouth that looked like a cup of yogurt.
It's unclear if it's the same bear that was spotted at the same store on Aug. 18. This bear at Safeway was seen nabbing a bag of Tostitos chips with its mouth and walking out. (Or maybe it's a new bear stuck with doing the grocery shopping after its roommate took care of it a week earlier!)
No customers were injured in either incident.
A shopper named Adina Baidoo spotted the first bear at 9:30 p.m. indulging in the American quarantine pastime of a late night snack run.
"Someone made a high pitched sound that startled me, so I looked up, and it is a good thing because I almost walked into the bear," she told local TV station KUTV.
Sometimes the cravings just can't wait.