Swarm of 25,000 Bees Removed From Staten Island Ferry Terminal by Police
The New York Police Department’s beekeeping unit used a special vacuum to safely relocate the bees.
The St. George Ferry Terminal on Staten Island was swarming with perpetrators. They surrendered without incident. All, that is, except for one.
“I actually got stung,” Officer Darren Mays said in an interview on Monday. “It happens. There’s a lot of people amazed. There’s a lot of people who are like, ‘I could never do something like that,’ and commended me for being b...