Latanja Levine just wanted a roofing job at her Texas fixer-upper. You can understand why she was upset when honey began oozing down the walls of her home shortly after work began.
Turns out, the 50,000 bees living in Levine's ceiling were the culprits!
"It's coming in from the ceiling, down to the walls," Leveine said on KIAH’s NewsFix last week. "I'm mopping it up, mopping in the walls. It's all over the curtains here— just honey. They're probably ruined.”
"When I looked, it's going to other walls and coming through other places and you can see it's coming through cracks and crevices in the crown molding," she said.
According to USA Today, "honey-soaked homes" aren't uncommon, so there is protocol. The bees were safely smoked out and put into colonies. They did not, however, capture the Queen bee.