A Connecticut man had to call wildlife authorities for help when a black bear closed itself inside his mother-in-law’s car after searching for food in his truck. Cody Gillotti said he noticed the lights were on in his mother-in-law’s car outside of the family’s home, and when he went outside he discovered the door to his truck was open and his daughter’s car seat was on the ground. He then noticed the bear had moved to his mother-in-law’s car — and it had closed itself inside. Gillotti contacted authorities then used a rope to open the car door from a safe distance. A wildlife officer fired off a bean bag round to haze the animal and get it to flee the area.