Justin Bieber Saves Man From Vicious Bear Attack.

Sup Travellers?! I'm not saying that Justin Bieber's music sucks but when hungry and vicious animal flee in terror over a song you know that something is terribly wrong with it.

However, Justin Bieber's music is good for something because according to the New York Post, a 42-year-old fisherman from Russia had his life saved from a vicious bear after Bieber’s popular hit song “Baby” started playing on his phone. 

The bear reportedly pounced on him as he was walking to a favorite fishing spot in northern Russia's Yakutia Republic 

“I couldn't believe my luck when the phone went off and he fled,” Igor Vorozhbitsyn said. “I know that sort of ringtone isn’t to everyone’s taste, but my granddaughter loaded it onto my phone for a joke.”

Vorozhbitsyn suffered several cuts and large bruises around his face and chest and is currently recovering from his vicious attack.

Thank goodness Vorozhbitsyn is okay but his pain did not come in vain. I'm sure we can all learn a thing or two from this incident. The first and most important thing we can learn is that bears hate Justin Bieber's music and one must always consider arming oneself with the diabolic decibel death machine that is Justin Bieber's music when going camping. 

Okay, okay, to be fair, it wasn't the quality of the music that scared the bear away but it's pretty hilarious just thinking about it. Right?

Wildlife experts said it was the music’s volume that scared the bear away — not the quality of the music.

“Sometimes a sharp shock can stop an angry bear in its tracks and that ringtone would be a very unexpected sound for a bear,” an expert told Central European News.

Who's really the victim? The bear or Vorozhbitsyn? 

Too soon? I'm sorry [LOL]. Anyway, my name is Trinikid and you've just been informed.