One day she stopped her car to do some shopping, but when she returned she saw that hundreds of unwanted guests had attacked her car.

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Carol Howarth, from Haverfordwest, UK, stopped her car one day to run errands, but when she returned, she saw that hundreds of unwanted guests had attacked her car. An entire squadron rested on the back of their car.

Tom Moses, a local resident, looked at the scene in amazement: “It was a real show. I drove there and saw that many people who were taking pictures had already gathered. But I was a little worried. The car was right in front of a bar and I was afraid that someone would do something stupid, like throw boiled water on them. Everything could end very badly. “  a bar and I was afraid he would do something stupid to someone like throw boiling water at them, it would all end very badly.” So Tom called and called the people at the bee site. In the end, they managed to put them all in one box.

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But Carol only gets her car back for a short time:  “The next day I noticed that the bees had followed me home!” Now it’s her turn to contact the beekeepers. One of them, Roger Burns, said: “We think the queen was attracted to something that was in the car, probably something sweet. Then she was caught somewhere in the plastic of the car. The swarm of over 2,000 bees followed her and gathered on the car. “

Finally, the beekeepers were able to free the queen, who then returned home. They added that beekeepers say it’s normal for bees to follow their queen, They added.

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