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Sam Connelly tried to remove a wasp's nest hanging from the side of a house, but had slightly more problems than expected.

Hilarious moment man trying to get rid of wasp's nest by hitting it with a shovel falls from a roof when the swarm of angry insects chasing him

  • Sam Connelly tried to remove a wasp's nest from a roof by hitting it with a shovel
  • After he hit the hive, the wasps chased him and he seemed to slip
  • He fell on a wooden fence, hit his head and then on the floor
  • The video was viewed more than 1.4 million times since Thursday
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This is the hilarious moment that a man who tried to get rid of a wasp's nest by beating it with a snow shovel falls from a roof when they follow him.

Right under the hive was socks, a cut top and shorts, Sam Connelly thought he was ready to take on the pests that had settled on the side of a house.

But after he hit the nest with his yellow snow shovel, it became clear that the insects were not willing to be released so easily.

When Connelly, who seems to be from Alaska, quickly tried to escape over the roof, he was chased by a swarm of wasps.

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During his escape, he seems to slip off the ledge, against a wooden gate and then the ground below.

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Sam Connelly tried to remove a wasp's nest hanging from the side of a house, but had slightly more problems than expected.

When beating the beehive with a shovel, they tried to stab him and followed him down the roof

When beating the beehive with a shovel, they tried to stab him and followed him down the roof

Sam Connelly tried to remove a wasp's nest hanging from the side of a house, but had slightly more problems than expected. When beating the beehive with a shovel, they tried to stab him and followed him down the roof

While Connelly struck the beehive, many angry wasps fled and followed the man who had tried to evict them

While Connelly struck the beehive, many angry wasps fled and followed the man who had tried to evict them

While Connelly struck the beehive, many angry wasps fled and followed the man who had tried to evict them

Connelly ran down the roof when the wasps followed him. He seemed to be sliding as he jumped to a nearby wooden fence
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Connelly ran down the roof when the wasps followed him. He seemed to be sliding as he jumped to a nearby wooden fence

Connelly ran down the roof when the wasps followed him. He seemed to be sliding as he jumped to a nearby wooden fence

The hilarious video shared on tuesday is going viral fast with more than 1.4 million views so far.

In the clip you can hear Connelly & # 39; s friend Jeffrey struggle between hysterical laughter and concern.

& # 39; Oh dude, oh dude, oh dude, & # 39; he heard him say, while Connelly runs away from the insects trying to sting him.

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While Connelly jumps, he tries to catch himself on a wooden panel fence next to the roof, but misses and hits his head.

He then hit the ground with a loud thud and Connelly can hold his head while Jeffrey tries to ask & # 39; are you okay? & # 39;

& # 39; I haven't encountered f ****** !! he wrote online. & # 39; I came down from that fence like a f ****** fire cracker. & # 39;

In later answers online he claimed that he was not stabbed during the incident, but added: & # 39; that's damn pain & # 39 ;.

Connelly tried to jump when he reached the edge of the roof, but seemed to miss or slip

Connelly tried to jump when he reached the edge of the roof, but seemed to miss or slip

He slammed his head off the wooden panel and fell to the floor with a loud thump
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He slammed his head off the wooden panel and fell to the floor with a loud thump

Connelly tried to jump when he reached the edge of the roof, but seemed to miss or slip. He slammed his head off the wooden panel and fell to the floor with a loud thump

Once he hit the ground, his friend, later named Jeffrey, struggled to control his smile while trying to ask if his friend was okay

Once he hit the ground, his friend, later named Jeffrey, struggled to control his smile while trying to ask if his friend was okay

Once he hit the ground, his friend, later named Jeffrey, struggled to control his smile while trying to ask if his friend was okay

Since posting with the caption & # 39; call me a professional destroyer & # 39 ;, more than 106,000 users have retweeted the clip and another 34,000 retweeted from Thursday.

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Kris answered: & # 39; Did you get rid of the wasps? Or did they lose you? Idk & # 39;

& # 39; I remember seeing some of these things die in 1000 ways, glad someone would try out the theory, & # 39; Young Urameshi added.

Gabriella Raelyn said: & # 39; So scared that he literally had to jump off the roof. & # 39;

Other users addressed his friend Jeffrey for his high laughter.

& # 39; That smile sounded like that sponge fish, & # 39; Sielina wrote.

& # 39; The child's recording sounds like rough & # 39 ;, user shabbarankk added.

Connelly replied: & # 39; That's Jeffrey for you … at least he asked if I was fine. & # 39;

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