Bees Take Over Porsche

A woman doing errands in her Porsche was very surprised to find thousands of bees massing together in the back of her vehicle. Initially she assumed it was just a few buzzing around outside the vehicle and when they dispersed, she continued on her way. However, after her child notified her that the bees had not gone away, but were actually forming in a tight bunch in the hatchback area, she knew she had a problem. Handling the bees in an aggressive and damaging way was not acceptable to the Pest Control Manager who answered her phone call, as he was aware of the large declines in bee populations recently.

He didn’t have a product that could cause the bees to vacate the car without harming them, so he called a beekeeper. A special vacuum was used to gently suck them up, and they were relocated without harm. Not all people are aware of the large dip in bee populations, called Colony Collapse Disorder. Luckily, the pest control manager did know and respected the bees enough to make the right choice in how to deal with them. Instead of having pest control personnel kill them, it may be much wiser to call a beekeeper if you ever have such a bee situation. Bees in spring often leave their old hives and set out to establish a new one.

The video shows a similar bee vacuum relocation project.

Image Credit: Public Domain

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Elizabeth M.
Elizabeth M.3 years ago

Happy to know that a bee keeper was brought in to remove the bees from the porsche (the bees have good taste), and moved them to a different location. The video was very informative!
Thanks Jake.

paul m.
paul m.3 years ago

Good choice of car ,,,Bees ,,Nice one ..

Sandi C.
Sandi C.3 years ago


Donna C.
Donna C.3 years ago

What a fascinating story. I have a new sense of wonder about bees.

Elisabeth T.
Elisabeth T.4 years ago

Great article and video, thank you..

jessica w.
jessica w.4 years ago


Renato G.
Renato G.4 years ago

WOW !!!!! ... indeed ...

Aina Taurina
Aina Taurina4 years ago

How many plants you know that rise "fruit" without bees or any other insect? I'll start...
1) wheat - pollen trasported by wind only. We use wheat to bake white bread, cereals, biscuits, flour
2) oats - pollen transported by wind only. We use oats for cereal, porridge.
3) rice - pollen transported by wind only. We use rice for many tasty and edible food.
4) tomatoes - selfpollen, need just short thrill. Very popular vegetable for salads, ketchup.
About honey. Could you pur your hand on your heart and say: Yes, I eat a teaspoon of honey every day!
If we eat honey, there won't be any problem with beekeeping and making more peaceful bees by scientists-biologists :)
Good luck, dear enthusiasts!

jane richmond
jane richmond4 years ago


Zee Kallah
.4 years ago

I find bees to be very gentle creatures, if you don't scare them!

I like to let them rest on my arm.