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Victorian strangeness

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A beekeeper in China made headlines this week by creating a living coat of bees. But as author Jeremy Clay writes, he was beaten to the stunt by more than a century - by a man who wasn't even trying.

It happened on a Saturday morning in July 1885, when, for want of anything better to do, a swarm of bees swooped suddenly upon the unfortunate man as he walked down Regent Street.

http://www.bbc.co.uk...gazine-26975791

The more recent beekeeper in China story has also been posted -

http://www.unexplain...howtopic=265062

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