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Beekeeper Safely Removes Bee Colony From Trailer Tire

You might have had a flat tire or two in your lifetime, but that's nothing compared to the battle one man recently faced while attempting to get his vehicle up-and-running.

Upon discovering that a colony of bees had made themselves at home inside his trailer tire, the man in question gave a call to the only person he knew could help him out: local bee conservationist, Tom Brueggan.

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As captured on video, Brueggan singlehandedly takes on the mob of stingers using only a saw, gloves, a non-toxic bee-remover and his bare hands. His mission? Safely remove the bees without any need for extermination.

According to the video's description, "These bees were also very docile. I didn't take my veil off, but that's because they were flying in around my head the entire time."

After he removes bits of the colony's honeycomb, piece by piece, Brueggan realizes that although they have disbanded, they won't go anywhere without their queen, whom he eventually spots and captures.

Impressively, he managed to complete a large portion of the removal without gloves on, bringing us to the conclusion that he might actually be the world's most gifted bee whisperer.

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Sarah Myers, right, a manager at the Bayer North American Bee Care Center, shows a tray of bees to St. Thomas More Academy student Maria Pompi, left, during a tour of the center in Research Triangle Park, N.C., Tuesday, Sep. 15, 2015. (AP Photo/Ted Richardson)
A carpenter bee buzzes around the garden at the Bayer North American Bee Care Center in Research Triangle Park, N.C., Tuesday, Sep. 15, 2015. (AP Photo/Ted Richardson)
St. Thomas More Academy students Maria Pompi, left, and Megan Boretti, right, sample honey sticks during a tour of the Bayer North American Bee Care Center in Research Triangle Park, N.C., Tuesday, Sep. 15, 2015. (AP Photo/Ted Richardson)
Chava Kirkpatrick stares at a drawing of a bee on the floor of the Bayer North American Bee Care Center during a student tour of the center in Research Triangle Park, N.C., Tuesday, Sep. 15, 2015. (AP Photo/Ted Richardson)
Bees swarm around honeycomb at the Bayer North American Bee Care Center in Research Triangle Park, N.C., Tuesday, Sep. 15, 2015. (AP Photo/Ted Richardson)
Chava Kirkpatrick listens to an educational video about bees during a tour of the Bayer North American Bee Care Center in Research Triangle Park, N.C., Tuesday, Sep. 15, 2015. (AP Photo/Ted Richardson)
A carpenter bee pollinates a flower in the garden at the Bayer North American Bee Care Center in Research Triangle Park, N.C., Tuesday, Sep. 15, 2015. (AP Photo/Ted Richardson)
Sarah Myers, background, a manager at the Bayer North American Bee Care Center, prepares to show a tray of bees to St. Thomas More Academy students during the students' tour of the center in Research Triangle Park, N.C., Tuesday, Sep. 15, 2015. (AP Photo/Ted Richardson)
St. Thomas More Academy student Maggie McGrath, right, is reflected in a window between her and a tray of bees held by Sarah Myers, a manager at the Bayer North American Bee Care Center, during a student tour of the center in Research Triangle Park, N.C., Tuesday, Sep. 15, 2015. (AP Photo/Ted Richardson)
St. Thomas More Academy student Jonny Huetter wears two miniature bees during a tour of the Bayer North American Bee Care Center in Research Triangle Park, N.C., Tuesday, Sep. 15, 2015. (AP Photo/Ted Richardson)
St. Thomas More Academy student Cara Garrison takes notes during a tour of the Bayer North American Bee Care Center in Research Triangle Park, N.C., Tuesday, Sep. 15, 2015. (AP Photo/Ted Richardson)
St. Thomas More Academy student Maria Pompi samples a honey stick during a tour of the Bayer North American Bee Care Center in Research Triangle Park, N.C., Tuesday, Sep. 15, 2015. (AP Photo/Ted Richardson)
Insecticides advertised as bee-friendly on display at the Bayer North American Bee Care Center in Research Triangle Park, N.C., Tuesday, Sep. 15, 2015. (AP Photo/Ted Richardson)
Students from St. Thomas More Academy gather in front of the Bayer North American Bee Care Center in Research Triangle Park, N.C., Tuesday, Sep. 15, 2015. (AP Photo/Ted Richardson)
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