A Street In Dublin City Centre Has Been Taken Over By A Swarm Of Bees
Gardaí are at the scene. And no, we're not kidding.
Don't like bees?
Then stay the hell away from North Frederick Street, which has suddenly – and inexplicably – been taken over by a swarm of the little bastards this afternoon.
According to the Live Drive Twitter account, the bees aren't really up to much, but are inadvertently causing a smidge of traffic mayhem by forcing fearful pedestrians on to the street.
There's a swarm of bees on North Frederick St, they're sitting on the footpath, drive carefully some pedestrians are walking onto the road— Live Drive (@LiveDrive) July 1, 2015
Meanwhile, journalist Róisín Treacy has assured us all via Twitter that Gardaí are at the scene.
So that's fine then.
There's a swarm of bees on North Fredrick Street, but it's ok, there's two gardai on bikes and they have the situation UNDER CONTROL.— Róisín Treacy (@roisintreacy) July 1, 2015
We'll bring you more as we get it, but for now we now go live to our reporter Eddie Izzard for more...
Bee cool, people.