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Woman accused of releasing angry bees on cops delivering eviction notice

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An unfortunate group of Longmeadow, Massachusetts police officers did not get the message about being mindful of their beeswax. According to the Associated Press, a local woman named Rorie S. Woods allegedly tried to prevent the sheriffs from serving an eviction notice this week by releasing a swarm of angry bees on them. At least three of the officers bitten were reportedly allergic to bees, with one requiring hospitalization. According to reports, the woman is now facing multiple assault and battery charges. According to the Associated Press, Woods arrived at the eviction site in an SUV carrying manufactured bee hives. Several protestors were reportedly present to prevent the eviction. When the 55-year-old woman arrived, she reportedly got out of the truck and began shaking the bee hives, apparently to annoy them, before releasing the cover. Hundreds of bees began to emerge. Woman accused of releasing swarm of angry bees on cops delivering eviction notice Although Woods quickly changed into a protective beekeeper's suit, the deputies were not so fortunate. One of the officers trying to stop Wood from opening the cage was stung in the face, according to reports. Woods, who was arrested on the scene, seemed unconcerned about the officers, who were allergic to bee stings. "Oh, you're allergic to something?" "That's good," Woods reportedly said. Surprisingly, this is not the first time that buzzing insects have outwitted American cops. According to The Los Angeles Times, in 2020, a group of police officers in Pasadena, California, were ambushed while attempting to contain a bunch of 30,00 to 40,00 so-called "killer bees." Local firefighters called the cops in to help cordon off the area, but they quickly stung themselves. According to reports, two firefighters, a police officer, and several members of the public were admitted to the hospital.

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