GLENSHAW, Pa. - Shaler Township Chief Bryan Kelly said he’s befuddled by someone who foolishly jumped in front of a car while wearing a bear costume during a snowstorm.
Kelly told Channel 11’s news exchange partners at TribLIVE that nobody was hurt during the stunt, which occurred about 1:30 a.m. Friday.
According to Kelly, the bear-suited person jumped in front of the car at an intersection, then ran down an alley. Police showed up to investigate, but couldn't track the suspect.
The area received about 4 inches of snow overnight, which only made the prank more dangerous.
The chief said he could understand the incident a little better "if it was April. ... I could see it as an April Fool's thing."
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