This all took place in Alaska, of course.
Homeowner Glenn Merrill explains:
"I was literally in the [living] room, and I heard this cracking. And the next thing you know, there's this bear that, I mean, literally, fell right from [the skylight]. It was like one meter away from me."
Believe it or not, this kind of thing can happen to houses surrounded by trees. It goes down like this: Bear climbs tree, bear sees cupcakes, bear becomes terrifying dive bomb, cupcakes are eaten.
Further proof from the wildlife coordinator Ryan Scott who arrived on the scene:
"Bears are extremely curious and will stake out any source of food they can find. There probably isn't a neighborhood or place where we have homes where the potential isn't there for you to run into a bear or observe a bear. There is really no place where the potential isn't there."
If you live in Alaska that is.
As for the fate of the bear, hope it liked cupcakes, because according to Reuters, that was it's last meal. It was "destroyed" shortly after. Which is just a cold-blooded way of saying "we killed it."