Bugging Out: 50,000 Bees Found Hiding in the Ceiling of a Queens Apartment

Zoe Rosenberg
August 22, 2014
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[Bees! Though not the ones in the Queens apartment. These ones belong to Tony Bees.]

50,000 bees have been recovered from the ceiling of an Elmhurst apartment belonging to a woman with apparently sub-par hearing capabilities. 50,000. Bees. The discovery came after building neighbors complained about the budding infestation, leading the ever-heroic Anthony "Tony Bees" Planakis to uncover 17 honeycombs above Frieda Turkmenilli's home. ABC 7 says Turkmenilli noticed a bee here or there, but was "shocked" at the discovery, as well as saddened by the lost opportunity to pilfer honey. The bees and their 'combs have been moved to a farm upstate.
· Bees move into Queens apartment, outnumber tenant [ABC 7]
· Meet Tony Bees, The Cop Keeping NYC Safe From Bee Attacks [Curbed]