This home infested with bees literally drips honey


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There was no buzzing. In fact, there was no noise whatsoever. So when Andrea and Justin Isabell saw a sticky, golden liquid dripping down the wall in their home, they thought for sure it was water damage from Tropical Storm Fay.

Boy, were they wrong.

It was bees. Thousands of them. An entire colony had made its way inside the walls of their home and were, well, busy as bees making honey.

In a Facebook post, Justin makes light of the situation, licking the wall to show other homeowners how they can test if their leaking wall is due to a water or a bee problem.


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While they’re able to find the humor in the situation, the roughly $3,000 it will cost to relocate the bee colony is no laughing matter.

See for yourself what their bee infestation looked like:

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