This Ohio man apparently needs to mind his own bees-ness.

On Wednesday, October 21st, an unknown man walked into the Aldi on Mayfield Road in Lyndhurst, Ohio wearing a beekeeper outfit.  I'm sure most people thought that maybe a effective protection against being stung by bees but it's not going to prevent the spread of Covid.  Maybe a hazmat suit would have been a better choice.

The thing is, we're not sure why he was wearing a beekeeping suit into an Aldi.  However, it didn't appear to be as a Covid-19 mask.  The unidentified beekeeper then began recording video of the customers and employees according to,

The manager told the man he could not record people in the business and the man left in a Lexus SUV.

The Aldi manager then gave the police a buzz.  But the time local law enforcement arrived, the creepy guy had left them bee-hind.  The suspect didn't even grab a pack of bumble gum before he left.  If these terrible bee puns kind of sting, maybe the honeymoon is over.    I'll buzz off.

Ohio, Bee-have.  I mean, Ohio, Stop It.

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