Moose on the Loose! Alaskan animal walks into movie theater to indulge on popcorn

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Photo via Kenai Cinemas Facebook Page

People really love movie theater popcorn, and so do moose, apparently.

A movie theater in Alaska, Kenai Cinemas, recently had an unexpected guest show up to their theater.

The general manager tells Today that a moose came into the building, sniffed around, and helped himself to some abandoned popcorn at the concession stand. When he was not satisfied, he found some more treats in the trash can and got his mouth and nose stuck inside a McDonald’s Happy Meal box!

The moose was able to enter the theater due to a cracked open door because “it’s so nice outside,” and the theater likes to let fresh air in.

The moose was safely directed to exit the theater.

Story via Francesca Gariano with Today

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