Bears are just like humans, except humans get drunk before we eat trash and pick fights with our buddies.
One of New Jersey's best kept secrets (and believe me, there are a lot of them) is the roaming population of black bears. The idyllic borough of Montville Township recently had their own bear invasion in the form of these two trash-picking bear buddies.
The footage was captured by Montville Township resident Tracey Bednash, who told NBC news, "The huge mama bear was seen around the neighborhood the past week or two. I'm sure she was lurking around."
As the two pals pilfer the trash, they start to fight each other, because bears know no loyalty. The black bears spar over some leftover Stop N' Shop deli plates for a bit, before skulking off to terrorize some of the garbage cans in Sussex County.