"Police are pictured with two of the 14 wild black bears that were guarding an illegal marijuana growing operation after a July 30, 2010 raid on the property in the Christina Lake area in southeastern British Columbia. Police told AFP the bears were fed dog food to keep them nearby to deter drug thieves. But feeding wildlife is illegal in Canada, and following the raid authorities said the bears might be killed because they could become dangerous when the feeding ended. That threat prompted thousands of people around the world to sign petitions, and join a Facebook group, to save the bears. Authorities in British Columbia ordered a reprieve on August 31, 2010 for some two dozen bears caught in a drug bust."
One of the Russian Winnie the Pooh short films (probably even more amusing without the subtitles).
"After the visit, Pooh thought that perhaps it may not be worth it to stay for too long if you don’t want to get into a sticky situation. But what the rabbit thought no one found out because he was very well-mannered."