Why does the polar bear cross the street?

Along with the move the bear is planned to get a paint job.

Because someone was tired of drunks disturbing the neighbors and someone else paid a thousand of dollars to move him, of course.

The polar bear on Main Street is well known to small children and drunks throughout the fan. Those that pass it everyday may have noticed that the bear has crossed the street and now lives at Terra Gypsy.

Ned Oliver of Style Weekly has delved into this mystery and has come up with an answer.

Pasnak bought the bear because she wanted to draw attention to her business, she says: “I think it’s working.”

At the bear’s former residency, the owner of the apartments and his tenants say they’re glad to be rid of the statue, which has carried innumerable people on its back.

“Every single tenant had said it was more of a nuisance than anything because of its proximity to drunken weekenders,” Christian Tefel says.

Image: Terra Gypsy

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Richard Hayes

When Richard isn’t rounding up neighborhood news, he’s likely watching soccer or chasing down the latest and greatest craft beer.

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