A Brown Bear (1992)
A brown bear roams wild in the largest greenhouse at Kew Gardens. She is a quiet, well-mannered bear, and much less bother than the tropical fish. But rules are rules and she is asked to leave. The air inside the greenhouse is warm and still, and as the brown bear steps outside, a sudden gust of wind sends her a bit giddy. She snatches a bicycle from a nearby railing and rides purposefully across a bed of azaleas, singing Penny Lane in a gruff but endearing voice. The gardeners find this all quite amusing, but an old busy-body telephones the police, and the brown bear is arrested for criminal damage and taken to a remand centre in Regents Park where she dies of boredom.