Man tapes grizzly bear attacking him


(CNN) – A Montana man didn’t just survive being attacked twice by a grizzly, he lived to tell his story by posting a gruesome selfie video on Facebook.

Be advised, it’s not for the faint-hearted.

Remember when Leonardo de Caprio got attacked by a bear in “The Revenant”? Well Todd Orr got attacked twice.

“She got my head good. I don’t know what’s under my hat,” said Orr.

We know his brain is intact because he had the presence of mind to tell his story right after what happened in the movie, happened to him.

Todd was scouting places to hunt elk in Montana when a grizzly protecting her cubs charged him.

“I sprayed the bleep out of her with bear spray,” said Orr.

However, she kept coming and started biting. “The force of each bite was like a sledge hammer with teeth” Todd wrote on his Facebook page. Then the bear left and Todd started hiking three miles back to his truck. 10 minutes or so later, the same bear attacked him again. “One bite on my forearm went through to the bone and I heard a crunch.”

Todd played dead, he could feel the bear’s breath on his neck, “I could smell the terrible pungent odor she emitted. For thirty seconds she stood there crushing me. And then she was gone.”

Todd recorded this video for Facebook when he got back to his truck.

Who videos themselves, bleeding and battered, before going to the hospital?

This is a guy whose business is selling knives. He drove about 20 miles to the closest hospital, calling his girlfriend and 911 on the way. He was stitched up, released and got arm surgery Tuesday. Now he’s become a legend in Montana. “Todd Orr for president, making more sense after a bear attack than Trump and Hillary can in a temperature controlled room.”

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