Written by Jalapenoman
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Topics: Airlines, Bees

Monday, 28 May 2007

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Bees grounded a British Airways jet.

A British Airways 747 on it's way from London to Portugal had to make an emergency landing after it was grounded by a group of bees. One engine was filled with bee carcasses and parts and the passengers were eventually moved to another plane.

Said one passenger, Mrs. Milford Frumply of Tel Aviv, "it was awful. It looked like 20,000 of the killer bees attacked to plane. They were swarming the wings and trying to weigh us down and make us fall out of the air. They were pounding on the windows and some were even carrying little protest signs. I'm sorry that some had to get sucked into the engines and die, but that's what terrorists like this deserve!"

Remains of some of the signs were found in the engines and pieced together. They contain the messages "No more honey for first class tea" and "Pay the drones more money for their honey."

British Airways spokesman Graham Grahamsby said in a press conference that "we will not be held captive by terrorists, be they Muslim Extremeists or Honey Bees. I like a little milk and honey with my tea and refuse to pay a bunch of insects a bribe for it. We buy it from the beekeepers fair and square and it is not our fault if they are not treating their worker bees right. It's just business."

While the bees at all hives visited were buzzing in anger over the incident, none offered any comments.

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