Hungry Alaskan Bears Raid A Krispy Kreme Truck

Photo: Shelly Deano via AP


If you've ever had a Krispy Kreme doughnut, then you know nothing beats the classic glazed flavor. It's practically the best doughnut ever made on the planet and it's no surprise that wildlife in Alaska thought the same.

We know, the news is un-BEAR-lievable (had to). On September 12, a mother bear and her cub treated themselves to a van filled with fresh Krispy Kreme doughnuts after finding the vehicle with its doors open at the Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, a military facility in Anchorage, according to the Associated Press.

Reports noted that the bears conveniently came across the doughnuts while the driver made a stop at a convenience store. Once the driver came out, they banged on the door to try to get the bears to stop eating, — but of course, the doughnuts were just too good.


No harm here, just a Mama Bear scoring the best snacks for her baby and Krispy Kreme thought so, too. The company posted to their Facebook page noting, "This morning, our Krispy Kreme Alaska Delivery van had some unexpected visitors – a family of black bears couldn't resist the sweet temptation of Krispy Kreme Donuts! One of our brave delivery drivers managed to capture this incredible moment on camera. It's a reminder that our donuts are loved by everyone, even the wildlife! At Krispy Kreme Alaska, we're all about spreading joy and sweetness. Have you ever seen anything as cute as these donut-loving bears?."

Well bears, we don't blame you either.

Feature photo: Krispy Kreme