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Numerous ducks seen on video invading New York pharmacy

By Mason White 12:06 PM October 29, 2013
The ducks in the store 

By: Eva Fett
(Scroll down for video) Workers and shoppers at a CVS pharmacy in New York, were shocked to see a large group of ducks walking around the aisles, according to video uploaded to the Internet.

Dozens of ducks invaded the CVS pharmacy in Saratoga Springs, over the weekend after being let in by the store’s automatic sliding doors.

More than fifty ducks entered the prescription drug store, and employees were confused as to how to disperse the ducks.

After brainstorming for a short period of time, one of the store employees used a bag of popcorn to lead the ducks out of the store.

Despite leaving behind a little mud in the store, the place was left in good condition.

At least it was not a group of bears.

As we reported earlier, a large black bear shockingly left a bar after a female bartender ordered it to leave, according to video uploaded to the Internet.

We’ve all heard jokes that begin with someone who walks into a bar, but few of us would actually live through a story in which a black bear was the one coming into the bar.

That’s what happened in one Alaska hotel in downtown Juneau, when the large animal stumbled into a bar to the shock of employee Ariel Svetlik-McCarthy.

Instead of fleeing the scene, the brave waitress shouted, “No bear! Out! No! You cannot be here!”

What happened next was unexpected as the beast quickly obeyed and left the bar.

State Biologist Ryan Scott said that although black bears had wandered into houses in the area before, it was rare for them to go into businesses.

“I think it did very well, and is good news that the bear obliged,” he said.

The owner of the bar, C Scott Fry, said the bear had entered as if it wanted a beer.