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Last week, a six year old Doberman pinscher named Barney “went berserk” according to authorities and destroyed a collection of hundreds of rare and antique teddy bears. The collection, which was being displayed at a children’s museum in Wells, England, was worth over $900,000.
Among the bears destroyed was one that had belonged to the King himself, Elvis Presley. Mabel, a bear made by the German company Steiff in 1909, had belonged to Elvis in his youth and was on loan to the museum from Benjamin Slade. Mr. Slade had purchased the bear at an auction in Memphis, Tennessee.