(KPRC) A bee invasion on a vehicle is an example of buzzing behavior that could soon become more common, an expert says.
The ordeal started when Renee Conlan and her friend Laura stopped to grab a lunch in League City. When they returned to the parking lot with bags in hand, the two discovered several thousands of bees clustered on the back window of the white Honda SUV.
"The whole back corner of her car, it almost looked like a heart," said Conlan. "It was totally covered in this mound of bees."
Conlan caught the amazing scene on her cell phone camera. Her friend contacted Animal Control, which sent bee keeper Sean Kennedy.
"Most of the time you take your smoker and chase them off," said Kennedy.
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