Who let the bear in?

Does the NRA know about this? The Los Angeles Dodgers have

violated one enthusiastic fan’s right to bear arms. Take a

look:

Yeah, not only bear arms, but bear legs, bear head — the

whole bear look.

Here’s another angle.

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Whoever the guy or gal in the bear costume was, he/she danced on

top of the St. Louis Cardinals dugout briefly during

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Game 3 of the National League Championship Series

on Monday night before being escorted off by Dodger Stadium

security. So, yeah, it’s safe to say that, though he was more

limber than the average bear, this was no official Dodgers

bear.

You might question what a bear has to do with the Dodgers

anyway, but we would remind you that a gorilla has just about as

much to do with the Phoenix Suns.

Plus, there is this: The Dodgers

won Game 3. If they fall behind in Game 4 without a bear

sighting, the fans may be clamoring for the spirited costume

crusader to return.