A U.S cyclist was taken to hospital after he crashed when a bee flew inside his bicycle helmet and began stinging him.
The 73-year-old was cycling in Omaha, Nebraksa when the incident happened.
He was riding along Highway 36 in northern Douglas County at around 09:30am in the morning when the bee started to sting him, News Channel Nebraska report.
He lost control of his bike as a result but fortunately crashed off the side of the road rather than in front of a vehicle.
Several people stopped to help the man while others directed traffic.
He was eventually taken to hospital with an injured shoulder and a dent in his helmet.
Earlier this year in Spain, a cyclist tragically died after swallowing a bee mid ride.
His friends called paramedics who tried to help but were sadly unable to save the rider, despite making a number of efforts to resuscitate him.
Bees can also be attracted by human sweat, and in 2017 we reported on how four mountain bikers taking part in a race near Granada in Spain's Andalucia region needed hospital treatment after they were attacked by a swarm of bees, with one of the riders stung 80 times, with the incident caught on video.