A swarm of round 20,000 bees that clogged a metropolis heart bar and restaurant has lastly been cleared after three days.
Experts used fumes to regulate bugs gathering on garbage bins and railings at 63rd+1st in Glasgow on Sunday morning.
They have been then carried away in bins from the scene in Bothwell Street.
Employees have been pressured to flee by way of a hearth door because the bugs took up territory in entrance of the constructing.
They ultimately succeeded in stopping the swarm from clients and reopened on Monday night time whereas ready for the bees to be eliminated.
With inputs from BBC