What a sweet, sticky, hot mess!
Many scientists are growing concerned about the rampant deaths of bees that are needed to spread pollen around to help grow plants. While their deaths are widely unexplained, it’s believed that climate change and pesticides are probably to blame. But one New Yorker was very happy to get rid of bees because she just couldn’t handle how many there were living inside of her tiny apartment.
New York Living
Apartments in Brooklyn can be really cramped, but that didn’t stop some unwanted guests from moving in with Cherisse Mulzac. She noticed a few dead bees on the floor every day, but didn’t think much of it. Perhaps there was a hive somewhere on the side of the building and they were able to make their way in. But that theory didn’t explain why her walls were sticky.
She stated, “The bees started coming. I came home from work and there were like six or seven dead bees on the floor.” Then she noticed a sticky, viscous substance streaming down her walls that she eventually realized was honey.
Cherisse called in a professional to find out where these bees were living.
The Big Guns
Mickey Hegedus, also known as Mickey the Beekeeper, is a third-generation bee man. Cherrise told him that she thought she had a hive of bees somewhere in her apartment, and he came over right away.
He knew she had a few bees in her place, but he really didn’t plan on finding tens of thousands of them. He was stunned…