Chinese men don ‘honeybee suits’ for show!November 22nd, 2010 - 2:46 pm ICT by ANI
Melbourne, Nov 22 (ANI): Two staff at a China bee farm covered themselves in tens of thousands of bees during a performance in Nanning, capital of southwest China’s Guangxi Zhuang autonomous region.
Yang Chuanquan, the chairman of the board at Chinese firm Nanning Quanjian Bee Farm, covered himself and his colleague head to toe in honeybees, reports the Daily Telegraph.
The smiling pair appears unperturbed by their buzzing buddies as they performed.
The bees were poured on to the pair by other staff apart from a small opening over their faces.
It is unclear whether bits of honeycomb or nectar was used to entice the little insects to remain on the two workers, but they are not believed to have been stung unless there’s a sting in the tail. (ANI)
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