BEAR CAUGHT FISHING IN NATIONAL PARK IN A NO FISHING ZONE HIT WITH HEFTY FINE

Waterton Lakes National Park, Alberta, Canada

A local bear native to the Rocky Mountains that lives near Waterton Lakes National Park in Alberta Canada is not having a good day when he was detained, arrested and fined for fishing in an area that does not allow fishing of any kind and he doesn't have a fishing license to do so according to the local park authorities there.

“Bear” as he likes to be called by his bear buddies, is fighting for his natural and native given right to fish anywhere he wants anywhere in the world at any time and without a fishing license, but local WLNP parks and recreation officials in Alberta Canada say otherwise. Bear is also not a fan of bearology.

Bear was unavailable for comment or interview at the posting time of this breaking story and asked for privacy in this matter but some local people say he was seen running away back into the woods where he initially came from as soon as he was released from “The Bear Cage” by the WLNP park authorities after they decided to drop all charges since the bear was not human, that Bear was unemployed at the time of the incidences and that he could not afford a license for fishing anyway along with the fact that he is ultimately related to bearodactyls and that WLNP could not get their “bear facts” straight.

More on this story as soon as we hear from Bear.More stories like this from the Infinity Snews team.

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