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June 25, 2008


Now they're using bees to attack lunches.

(Thanks to Siouxie)


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Bee afraid.

May-bee they were hungry.

It was a sting operation

"...supervisor Joe Heginworth, 18, said: 'I've never seen anything like this before.

'There's a pile of people outside watching them and taking photographs on their mobile phones.'"

He's never seen people standing around taking pictures with their cellphone? What rock did he crawl out from under?

Voice of the Hive

A bee texting party gone horribly wrong.

What's the buzz?

Tell me what's happening.

'If they are free of disease I will continue to build up their stores to see them through the winter,' he said.

A council spokeswoman said: 'It's the time of year for bees to swarm and it's not unusual for swarms to appear in the centre of Exeter.'

I know it's Winter down under, but it appears this article is from the UK. WTFBBQ!

'The idea was for the queen bee to fall into the hive and the others to stay in there with her,' he added.

Wow, can't even find a YouTube post for John Belushi on this... who would'a thunk?

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