I have a Darwin Awards Omnibus (who doesn't?) and one of the most unsettling ones was about a woman who was merrily spreading honey on her child's face so that she could take a wonderful photo of the bear licking the toddler.
This probably belongs in the "ya ... don't do that" thread, but the "honey on her child's face" reminded me of when I was young (tweenage) and I had a pet rat. Peter Ratit weighed a pound; His body was a foot long and his tail was almost a foot long, so he was a big
Someone told me that rats like peanut butter. I stuck my finger in the peanut butter jar and then put my hand in Peter's large cage. Peter grabbed my finger in his mouth and took off for his shoebox so he could consume the p'nut butter in privacy. I know he didn't want to bite or eat my finger; He just wanted the p'nut butter. Still, if I had resisted, those sharp teeth would have pierced my skin. I let him take my finger into his shoebox and held still until he finished licking the p'nut butter off my finger. He was normally a mellow guy, except when p'nut butter was involved. I imagine a wild bear
would be even more excited about honey and, even if s/he (the bear) did not intend to hurt the child, the process of taking the honey-covered object to a safe place to consume it would probably damage the child in some way, especially if s/he resisted.