Bear cub high on “mad honey” found disoriented in northern Turkey

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A disoriented brown bear cub, believed to have been intoxicated after eating too much “mad honey,” was rescued in northwestern Turkey’s Duzce province on Thursday.

Footage showed the bear stumbling and whining as she sat belly-up in the back of a pick-up truck, after people rescued the visibly-debilitated animal from the forest.

Mad honey, or “deli bal” in Turkish, is a type of rhododendron honey that can have hallucinogenic effects.

She took a trip to the vet where she was treated and will be released back into the wild in a few days, according to authorities.

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