Bees in Utah hijack truck!

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Tuesday, 25 October 2011

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No honey for California as 20 million bees escape en-route and hijack the truck carrying them!

A swarm of bees, 20 million actually, have hijacked a truck they were being carried in and it was last seen being carried over a Utah forest at 5000 feet circled by a huge black cloud.

An eyewitness, Yogi Grizzly-Honeysucker, couldn't believe his eyes as he observed the 20 million escaped bees working in unison. They lifted up the truck, carried it skywards, flew towards the local forest and let the thing go with impunity over a family of hibernating bears. The bees were heard buzzing, "death to all honey suckers"!

The driver of the truck escaped the ordeal with several hundred stings given to him by the freed-bees as a painful reminder not to fuck with the "Bee's knees". Then they disappeared after being called back to their nest by the Queen who was impatiently wating for her daily dose of nectar.

Hollywood have taken up the story and are going to film a remake of that infamous horror movie, Killer Bees, but this time it will be based upon this true story.

Trucking companies in the US are being warned: Avoid transporting loads of buzzing honey bees, they could be very dangerous and if they should escape it could end up being a very sticky situation.

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