Beekeeper's drive turns tense when the bees invade his car!

If this doesn't sound like a nightmare, then what does, exactly? A North Carolina beekeeper was driving a swarm of bees to their new home, but ended up having an intense trip when the insects got loose inside his vehicle. Wally Leatherwood says the bees were initially in the back of his pickup truck as he drove them from Weaverville to Waynesville, but he moved them inside the cab of the truck with the air conditioning on when he stopped to eat. When he returned 15 minutes later, he found the bees flying around loose inside the cab. He decided to just continue his drive with the insects loose. Leatherwood says he avoided getting stung for the drive, but ended up with about six stings that he got while transferring the bees from his truck to their new hives

 

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