Almighty Bee Swarm Brings London Rush-Hour Traffic To A Standstill

17 May 2017, 16:31

Bee infestation in Greenwich stops traffic, causes chaos


A typical Tuesday rush-hour in London turned into chaos when a giant swarm of bees descended on the south-east of the capital.

Incredible footage shows bemused onlookers ducking for cover as thousands of bees filled the air in Greenwich Church Street.

It’s not clear why the insects appeared in such unusual numbers, but it was enough for Transport for London to warn motorists to “approach with caution”.

Officials later announced that the bees had been “safely relocated”.

Those brave enough can watch the incredible footage at the top of this page!

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