Shocked home owner films bear relaxing in hot tub, drinking margarita

Geraldine Edwards
July 6, 2018

A bear had a gala time taking a dip in a hot tub and drinking margarita in a California man's backyard on Friday.

The bear then climbed out of the hot tub and made a beeline for Hough's margarita, which he had left outside.

The heat wasn't on and the bear played with the chlorinator and tossed the thermometer in the air.

"He was playing having a grand old time", added Hough.

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Mark Hough filmed the adorable animal enjoying the water just like a human would in the garden of his house in Altadena, Ca., over the weekend.

Hough then retreated inside - a smart move - only to emerge a short time later to find the furry animal "bobbling away in the jacuzzi enjoying himself".

The margarita, which Hough had made for himself, came after the bear's brief jaunt in the jacuzzi.

About an hour later, Hough was talking to a neighbor when some oak leaves fluttered to the ground. Looking up, Hough saw the bear fast asleep in the branches.

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The Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department received six calls reporting a bear sighting on Friday, but could not track the beast down, Deputy Joanna Warren told AP.

Bear sightings are nothing new in the area that straddles city and wilderness.

Once the bear eventually wandered off, Hough salvaged his afternoon the best way he could: with two more margaritas, one to make up for the one the bear annihilated and a bonus beverage.

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