There is nothing like a woman’s scorn… or a brown bear who is angry about being shot.
Three unnamed friends were hunting in a forest somewhere in Siberia. During the hunt, one of the hunters shot a large brown bear, only to wound it in the thigh, but it otherwise got away unharmed. The next day, when the hunters returned to their vehicles, they found one of their cars was completely torn to pieces while the other two cars were untouched. What is even stranger is that the one car that was torn to pieces was owned by the hunter who wounded the brown bear.
In this video posted by the Siberian Times, you can see the damage for yourself.
According to the original story found here, all three men suspected that the one hunter was singled out because he was the guy that shot the bear. In this case, they say the brown bear remembered the scent of that single hunter and took revenge against him by detecting his unmistakable scent on the car.
I, for one, think it might have been something else… just saying.