by No Dogs Allowed
It’s believed the bees attacked the dogs because they were antagonized by the dogs’ incessant barking.
The dogs had been allowed to run loose in their neighborhood, which sounds like the typical pit-wit haven: crumbling houses surrounded by junk-strewn yards.
Do pidiots ever live in gated McMansion communities? I didn’t think so.
Responding police officers found Boss lying dead in the street, and a humming hive in the attic of one of the dilapidated homes. “It’s a very large hive,” said Police Lt. Dennis Bolender. “At this point, we’re not able to address the hive until after dark.”
Thomas Davis, of Treeman Tree Services, was called to remove the hive.
The other pit bull, “Mama,” was still clinging to life after having been stung at least one hundred times.
Don and Shirley Burns, owners of the bee-infested hovel, said they were “unaware” of the horde of nearly 100,000 bees buzzing in their attic. (Yeah, right. Their ceiling must have been vibrating with that many bees!)
I wish a hive of angry, Africanized bees on all barking dogs, and all pit bulls as well. Way to go, bees! Thanks for getting my weekend off to a great start! TGIF!
Watch a video report here.