Giant Bee Colony


A woman was kicked off an Amer­i­can Air­lines flight from Los Ange­les to New York and it was all because of Hous­ton – as in Whit­ney Hous­ton. Appar­ently the flight crew and pas­sen­gers got fed up with the woman’s refusal to stop singing Whitney’s “I Will Always Love You,” caus­ing the pilot to make an emer­gency land­ing in Kansas City. Once on the ground, the woman – who was still belt­ing out the tune – was detained by an air mar­shal and escorted off the plane. The pilot asked pas­sen­gers to refrain from record­ing video of the event, but this is Amer­ica – so the clip is already up on YouTube.

bees Utah res­i­dent Tyler Judd said he and his wife moved into their home in Provo about five months ago and soon noticed bees out­side the house and later heard the insects buzzing inside the walls.  Turns out they had a bee­keeper come and take a look and he removed about 40,000 of them.  Bee­keeper Al Chubak said the bees had likely been in the home for three to four years and were dam­ag­ing the insu­la­tion. “They’re actu­ally tak­ing the insu­la­tion out and they’re putting their hon­ey­comb and their hive in its place,” Judd said. Chubak said he removed the bees with a vac­uum and the hive was being relocated.

 Charlotte-Mecklenburg police said traf­fic delays were caused when motorists slowed to gawk at a woman who was tak­ing a nude walk in with her 40-something mother, her tod­dler and her new­born. Capt. Rod Far­ley said. “This was Adam and Eve stuff, not even a loin­cloth.” The women told offi­cers that the Lord told them to get naked and walk down the street.  Police said the women received phys­i­cal and men­tal eval­u­a­tions at Pres­by­ter­ian Matthews Hospital.

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