Transcript for Black Bears Take Relaxing Dip in Florida Backyard Pool
If you're lucky enough to have a pool in your backyard, part of the joy must be looking out the window and seeing people enjoying themselves. People like people. Like your kids, real-life humans. What you don't anticipate is seeing a group o wild bears splashing around. This is a scene one homeowner in florida witnessed. Tai hernandez has more. I would have been freaking out. Reporter: Giving a florida woman the shock of her life. Right outside her back door, a group of black bears at her pool. They call ed 911 for help. Two bears are in my house. I'm so scared. Reporter: A water hose was all it took to turn the pool into a playground for the trio of bears. They jumped into a screened enclosure, in the cool water for horseplay. The close encounter was caught on video, while she watched the scene unfold in through her living room window. One of the bears coming in for a closer look. I'm so sared. They're trying to break my window. I said, get out. I told the bear. I said, get out. Don't come inside. Reporter: For nearly an hour, the animals played in their backyard bear oasis. And rough housing just a bit. Fortunately for all, they ran off on their own. This all played out just days after two bears were euthanized for mauling a woman in central florida. People have been complaining about the screen porch. After the dog food. Getting into the trash. It happens all over the state. It's not just contained to one area. Reporter: The florida wildlife commission is considering setting traps to capture the three, swimming bears. Wildlife experts usually tell homeowners if they don't return in a week, they're unlikely to come back at all. But the incident had left this florida woman shaken. You can't blame her. She has a week to wait. See if they liked the pool or not. She's leaving out water wings for them. Thank you, tai.
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