New York Woman Finds Thousands of Bees Living in Bedroom Ceiling

StoryfulPublished: July 14, 2017Updated: July 21, 20172,049 views
Published: July 14, 2017Updated: July 21, 2017

A Brooklyn woman called beekeeper Michael Hegedus for help on July 5 after discovering that she shared her East Flatbush with a hive of bees. Hegedus, a professional pest controller and beekeeper, was called to the home of Cherisse Mulzac in East Flatbush after she heard buzzing noises near her bedroom. Hegedus uncovered a hive of what he said was 35,000 bees in the ceiling. Hegedus, who is a third-generation beekeeper, he told the New York Post that even he was surprised by the number of bees in the home. Hegedus cut a 4-foot hole in the ceiling to get past all the honeycomb and sucked the honey bees out with a special vacuum. The process took seven hours after which the beekeeper took the insects home with him. He later presented the family with a gift of honey. Credit: Michael Hegedus via Storyful

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