MYRNA BROWN, HOST: A Pennsylvania couple recently noticed what they thought was storm damage after a heavy downpour.
They found something dripping down their wall, but quickly realized it was not water.
Homeowner Justin Isabell showed the wall in question on his Facebook page:
JUSTIN: We noticed these streaks coming down our wall, and we could not figure out what it was. So, with a very careful … lick … yup, that’s honey!
A beekeeper inspected the house the next day and estimated a colony containing up to 30,000 bees was residing in their attic and walls. Talk about the heeBEEgeeBEES!
Justin’s wife Andrea told WPVI …
ANDREA: I have three boys and they were wondering if we could set a tap up so we could just pour honey on our yogurt and granola in the morning. I wish we could. I wish we could share. But they need a better home where they’re safe and happy and not living with us.
The only sting the Isabells said they have received so far: the estimated repair cost of $3,000 to remove the bees.
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