Thousands of bees attacked stalls with hot dogs in new York
A swarm of bees swarmed the truck with hot dogs on one of the Central areas of new York — times square.
As the newspaper writes New York Post, the area had to block that the bees didn’t sting passers-by. A police officer in a protective suit collected insects special vacuum device, after which bees in a safe and sound was delivered in a more appropriate place.
Thousands of bees swarmed a New York City hot dog vendor on Tuesday, causing the New York Police Department to deploy its in-house beekeepers. https://t.co/kH0uYNMLD1 pic.twitter.com/69CkAt7boV
— The Boston Globe (@BostonGlobe) August 28, 2018.
It is noted that Roy, according to some estimates, consisted of thousands of individuals. As a result of incident nobody has suffered.
Police sealed off part of New York’s Times Square after 30,000 bees attacked a hot dog stand. (A beekeeper safely collected them ?) pic.twitter.com/WS63O17ebu
— AJ+ (@ajplus) 28 Aug 2018
Previously, scientists found that bees and wasps are able to recognize a person by his face, as humans do.