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Chris Downes of Shrewsbury, England, found one of the determined bugs making a nest in a hole in the side of his brick house. The solution? Put a nail in the hole. Surely there’s nothing a bee can do about that.
Or is there?
If you’re wondering how Downes had enough foresight to film the incident, the answer is he didn’t. The bee actually pulled the nail out of the hole twice. After it pulled the nail out the first time, Downes stuck it back in and grabbed his camera to see if the same thing would happen.
We noticed that the bees were going in and out of hole so I put nail in and said “that will stop him” the 5mins later he did that so I popped nail back in and he didn’t let us down with camera rolling
To be fair, the bee is pulling a nail from a hole that already existed. It would have been way harder/impossible for the little guy to pull the nail out if it were hammered into a piece of wood, rather than just stuffed into a brick. Still, you have to admit, that’s one crafty insect.
In fact, I’m pretty sure this bee gets to be king of England now.
David Britton is a writer and comedian based in Rhinebeck, New York who focuses on internet culture, memes, and viral news stories. He also writes for the Hard Times and is the creator of StoriesAboutWizards.com.