I dunno, I think this guy is driving around with too many bees in his car.

I dunno, I think this guy is driving around with too many bees in his car.
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Don't want to tell anyone how to live, but this just seems like too many flying, stinging insects to lock in with you while you're driving!

I dunno, I think this guy is driving around with too many bees in his car.

I've counted over a hundred already. (via Montana Highway Patrol)

The Montana Highway Patrol received a dispatch that someone was driving wildly all over the road. The driver was located and pulled over and the reason he may have been distracted was discovered. No, he wasn't texting or doing his hair in the rearview mirror. He was transporting five honeybee hives, each containing thousands of bees.

I dunno, I think this guy is driving around with too many bees in his car.

Does this cardboard M&M's box look regulation? (via Montana Highway Patrol)

The man claimed they were "Russian Honeybees" and totally harmless. A state apiarist was called and they informed the troopers that though it's very unsafe, it's not technically illegal to drive through Montana with a car full of bees. Open container laws apply only to alcohol.

Well, I guess it makes sense that there are no laws on the books about this, because why would anyone ever in a million years attempt to do it? This innovator only got a citation for careless driving and continued merrily on his way, destination unknown.

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