Man, 25, has a colony of bees sitting on his back while on his way to a garage in & # 39; rare natural phenomenon & # 39;
- Velelhu, 25, had a colony of bees at his back in Nagaland, India
- Happened after their queen flew into his car and landed in his lower region
- Unusual images of 20 August show the insects that cling to his jeans
A 25-year-old man got that buzzing feeling while traveling to a garage.
Looking down, Velelhu discovered that a swarm of bees had gathered on its backside after their queen had landed there.
He had driven through Nagaland, Northeast India, when the insects gathered in his sub areas.
Unusual images, taken on August 20, show the busy insects hanging behind his jeans in a swarm.
The 25-year-old Velelhu was quite shocked when a swarm of bees decided to settle in his sub-regions in Nagaland, India. Recordings made on August 20 show the swarming insects
They would have followed their queen when they landed. They removed her and put her in a pot to make the other bees fly away
He leans forward trying to shift them, but they don't give in.
His passenger, who was recording the video, said: “We were on our way to a garage when their queen came flying to me to finally rest on Velelhu's back.
& # 39; Dozens soon joined. After struggling for a while, he managed to grab the queen and tear her wings a little.
& # 39; He put her in a container and the rest flew in quickly. & # 39;
After removing the unwanted residents, Velelhu locked herself in a car in case they returned.
The passenger mused afterwards: & # 39; We were amused and lucky enough to catch the rare natural phenomenon & # 39 ;.
The queen bee flew to Velelhu as they drove through the area on the way to a garage
Video shows the bees that swarm around Velelhu & # 39; s lower region & # 39; s at the bottom of its pants
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