World Cup 2018: Footage emerges of what appears to be a live bear in a car in Moscow

BIZARRE footage has emerged of what appears to be a live bear riding in the back of an open-top car as the World Cup hits fever pitch in Moscow.The vision, uploaded by Goal.com soccer reporter Peter Staunton, has gone viral as people try to decipher whether the bear is indeed real.The footage shows a large bear attracting plenty of attention in the back of the car, with a crowd of people surrounding the vehicle to film the event.At one point, the bear appears to hold a vuvuzela – the annoying instrument that created plenty of noise at the 2010 World Cup in South Africa.

Social media was divided as to whether the bear is in fact real, with concerns looming about animal welfare if it is in fact legitimate.The stunt appeared to be a World Cup promotion as the tournament hits fever pitch in Russia.

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