Redneck Exterminator


To avenge the stinging of a friend, this Darwin Award wannabe soaked a bees nest in a tree with gasoline and set it on fire. The explosion caused neighbors to call 911, but by the time firefighters arrived the fire was out and the bees were dead. No charges have been filed.
     Posted By: patty - Wed Aug 31, 2011
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What a freakin' genius! Boy he sure taught those bees a lesson huh?
Posted by Patty in Ohio, USA on 08/31/11 at 08:48 PM
It worked!
Posted by Expat47 in Athens, Greece on 09/01/11 at 12:33 AM
There's a 6pack before that Martel.
Posted by Expat47 in Athens, Greece on 09/01/11 at 09:22 AM
It's common practice and I agree with Expat, it worked. That's how we get yellowjacket nests all the time. Granted they are in the ground so it doesn't explode when lit, but same result. Also, if it were a hornets nest then more power to him. In SC, we have had an influx of Japanese hornets. They are HUGE.
Posted by Mini Viking on 09/01/11 at 11:39 AM
@Mini Viking

You aren't kidding, here is a picture of one on a hand.

http://www.mnn.com/sites/default/files/user-993/hornet.jpg

Below is a quote from jasper the Japanese Hornet in an "interview".

"Though humans are never our main target, it is estimated that approximately 40 humans die every year from our attacks. Our stingers contain a venom that can dissolve skin and is lethal to humans if not treated quickly. We can also travel at speeds of up to 25 miles per hour for 60 miles. We are also known for ejecting acidic saliva from our mouths into eyes. Sorry, but nature's gotta defend itself!


CLICK HERE for some more interesting info on, and a fair warning from, Jasper.

The article is outdated somewhat since it claims that they are not in the U S.
Posted by yogi in Kennesaw GA on 09/01/11 at 11:59 AM
OMG! That thing is huge!
Posted by Patty in Ohio, USA on 09/01/11 at 08:00 PM
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