Oh now! Make it stop!
When entomologist and bee removal expert Jonathan Simkins was alerted to the presence of a larger-than-average yellow jacket wasp nest on privately-owned hunting ground in Central Florida, he expected to have his work cut out for him.
Simkins set out to eliminate the six-by-eight-foot beast, only to find himself being attacked by countless worker wasps.
“I have to be honest with you, I was terrified at one point,” he told the local NBC affiliate, “and there were several times that I had to pull out and get a breather. My heart rate was racing, I had hundreds of them on my veil.”
Eventually, the nest was conquered, and Simkins somehow managed to walk away with only a single sting on his chin