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Bear ‘uses hand alcohol’ on 7-Eleven while the woman cries

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A black bear created a commotion at a 7-Eleven as it slammed through the doors and set off the store’s hand alcohol station. All the while, a female grocery worker screamed in video of the bizarre encounter blown up on TikTok.

‘Oh my god, he knows how to open – hey, stop!’ 7-Eleven employee Rachelle Ducusin, 44, can be heard screaming in the 40-second video, which had garnered more than 8.3 million views Tuesday afternoon.

The skinny bear can be seen pushing the 7-Student’s front door up and looking around, sniffing at a freezer while it triggers an automatic hand alcohol dispenser to get off near the head.

Ducusin is heard screaming and crying as he tells the bear to ‘stop’. But the mammal ignores her prayers and continues to poke her head around the main entrance to the store.

7-Eleven employee Rachelle Ducusin went viral on TikTok and shared the moment a massive black bear began to sting around the grocery store

7-Eleven employee Rachelle Ducusin went viral on TikTok and shared the moment a massive black bear began to sting around the grocery store (Photos: Rachelle Ducusin / Storyful)

The bear had previously searched the store’s rubbish bins outside. Despite Ducusin’s best efforts to scare the creature away, it hit her twice, Storyful reported. Ducusin was able to dive into security and call 911.

Emergency services then arrived and intimidated the furry off and shot it with rubber bullets. Even after being shot at, the determined bear returned to 7-Eleven later that morning to rummage through the trash cans again.

The video uploaded to TikTok by user Fanu, @ fmunna83pk, suggests that it was filmed near the Squaw Valley ski resort in California, not far from Lake Tahoe.

Many TikTok commentators noted that the bear had a yellow mark visible on its ear, raising concerns that it might be an ‘escape or repeat offender’. But that may not be the case. According to the California Department of Fish and Wildlife, bears are tagged to be tracked through a genetic database.

The black bear appeared to be trying to get into a freezer while triggering a motion sensor hand alcohol to turn off

The black bear appeared to be trying to get into a freezer while triggering a motion sensor hand alcohol to turn off (Photo: Emily Manley)

The TikTok video had garnered more than 1.2 million likes, 55,500 comments and 62,300 shares on Tuesday afternoon.

TikTok commentators also could not believe the bizarre moment captured by the grocery store employee, and many left astonishing responses to the post.

“He wants a blue rasp BEARy slurpee,” commented the official 7-Eleven account.

One person commented: ‘He just needs his necessities.’

Commentators on TikTok were quick to joke that the bear came into the store and said he needed his 'necessities'

Commentators on TikTok were quick to joke that the bear came into the store and said he needed his ‘necessities’ (Photo: Emily Manley)

Others were joked with Ducusin’s answer, where one said: ‘Her voice alone would make me go’.

This is not the first strange encounter a Californian has had with a black bear that has gone viral on TikTok.

In early June, a teenage girl from California went viral on the app after pushing a black bear off her garden wall. Hailey Morinico, 17, said she acted on instinct as she pushed the massive bear out of her garden to protect her dogs. Morinico was left with a sprained finger and scraped knee, and her dog Valentina came out with only minor scratches.

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