Fun fact: The word "berserker" was introduced to English (as "berserkar") by Sir Walter Scott in "The Pirate" in 1822. "Berserk" as an adjective was in use by 1844.
Those who put on bear skins - bear surcoats.
Better to do it there, no doubt.
More likely standing in line for a checkout, just before Christmas, though. Woods are actually very calming.
Would "crazy" also have been accepted?