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Wednesday, August 24, 2011

Bees on a plane: Passengers panic after TWO swarms infest Boeing 757!


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By DAN NEWLING, dailymail.co.uk / Last updated at 5:11 PM on 23rd August 2011.

Swarm: The bees got loose in the business class cabin of a Boeing 757 flying from one side of Russia to the other

Passengers on board a Russian aeroplane panicked when two swarms of bees escaped into the cabin.

The insects were being kept inside two large cardboard boxes that had been stowed in one of the Moscow-bound Boeing 757 jet's cupboards.

However, almost as soon as the plane took off from the far eastern city of Blagoveshchensk, they started to creep out.

With bees buzzing around their ears, some business class passengers started to panic.

Flight attendants scrambled to try and seal the bees inside their cupboard by taping its door shut.


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