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Russian Bear Plays Vuvuzela In Back Seat Of Jeep To Celebrate The World Cup (VIDEO)

Is this real life?

If you’ve been reading Sick Chirpse for a few years you know that bears are low-key some of the fascinating and talented creatures on the planet.

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Well as the World Cup got underway yesterday, this absolute unit rolled up in the back seat of a topless jeep just casually playing a vuvuzela – the unofficial musical instrument of the World Cup:

According to Russia-ic.com:

In Russian culture the bear traditionally appears as the image of a good-natured and a somewhat dumb animal, undoubtedly possessing certain charisma. In folklore the Bear is usually named affectionately and respectfully as a man: Mishka, Mihailo Potapych, Toptygin, etc. So it is evident that the Bear is more likely a kind neighbour, or a guard, never a tyrant.

As you can see visiting fans thought it was the greatest thing they’d ever seen. Others on Twitter however saw it as an act of animal cruelty:

https://twitter.com/Jaynemumby/status/1007376131555844099?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw&ref_url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.thesun.co.uk%2Fworld-cup-2018%2F6535553%2Ftwitter-bear-vuvuzela-jeep-moscow%2F

This comes after the Russian football team were criticised by animal rights activists for using a bear to deliver a match ball during a game between third-tier teams Mashuk-KMV and Angusht:

Well, we may as well post some more bear GIFs while we’re at it:

If you ever find yourself face to face with an hungry bear, you might want to take notes from this Swedish bloke who managed to avoid being eaten alive.


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