A bit belated, but it's important to draw attention to this story from back in June of a presumptuous bear. A woman in Seminole County, Florida, had seen black bears in her yard before, but none had taken advanatge like this:
He headed toward her pool and pressed his nose against the screen. Then he just walked through the screen "like it was made of butter."
First he put his mouth in her spa, then a paw and finally he just jumped in.
"I think he was hot and thirsty," Rhoades said. "It looked like he knew what he was doing.
"He had been in a pool or spa before, there's no doubt in my mind," she said.
She went outside and banged on a table and he got out of the spa and left through the hole he had made in the screen.
She wasted no time scaring the bear away because she didn't want him to get used to using her spa and she didn't want him to leave "a package" behind.
I would especially draw your attention to this line:
"He had been in a pool or spa before, there's no doubt in my mind."
Once animals get a taste of these luxuries, there's no turning back. Fortify those backyard enclosures, Floridians, or look forward to a world where we are nothing but the pool boys for bears.
To impress this more throughly on your mind, see more of her photos here.