Tuesday, April 14, 2009

Looking For Goldilocks

Does A Bear Sit In The Words?

A "bear" spotted roaming a Suffolk forest was actually an actor in costume promoting an outdoor production of Shakespeare. The actor was recreating the famous direction "Exit - pursued by a bear" from 'A Winter's Tale', in Rendlesham Forest. However, three people caused alarm when they reported seeing a bear in the woods.

FOOTNOTE: Forest grump.

14 comments:

Merisi said...

They forgot the bear necessities,
to alert the neighbours. Imagine, if somebody had tried to shoot the poor actor!

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Debbie said...

I was also happy to hear that no one had shot him. Sounds very risky to me.

Mara said...

He was lucky there aren't any other bears living in that area, imagine if he had been hit on...

Shadow said...

heee heee heeee, he should've done this on the 1th...

lailani said...

I agree with the others, good thing they didn't decide to go on a bear hunt!

Muthering Heights said...

Hey, it sounds like an effective promotion to me!

katherine. said...

he's pretty lucky someone didn't shoot him...

Sniffles and Smiles said...

I adore this one!!!! Love the bear; love Shakespeare...keep the hunters away from my Shakespearean Bear!!! ;-)

Ananda girl said...

Have these people ever seen a bear before? That must have been some really good suit. People do not move like bears. lol

Cath said...

See? Told you England was more as interesting as the Yukon.
We got bears too!

;0)

Anna said...

lol that is funny!
Anna :)

Eddie Bluelights said...

I cannot bear any more. I wonder if it was bi-polar!

kim said...

"Does a bear sit in the woods?"
"Forest grump"

slap knee, snort.