Incredible footage shows woman barely flinch as swarm of bees repeatedly sting her in the FACE

Anyone who has been stung by a bee or a wasp knows it is NOT a pleasant experience.

So spare a thought for this poor woman who was attacked by an entire swarm of the insects.

Incredible footage has emerged online showing the lady barely flinch as the flying creatures repeatedly sting her as she sells fruit at a Thai market.

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Exclusivepix Media Woman selling fruit at local market in Mumbai. is surrounded by a swarm of bees
The woman barely flinches as the bees surround her
Exclusivepix Media Woman selling fruit at local market in Mumbai. is surrounded by a swarm of bees
A boy eventually chases the insects with spray

A boy eventually comes to her aid, chasing the bees away with bug spray.

The woman is later seen with multiple painful-looking welts on her face following her ordeal.

Exclusivepix Media Woman selling fruit at local market in Mumbai. is surrounded by a swarm of bees
The lady was repeatedly stung on the face
Exclusivepix Media Woman selling fruit at local market in Mumbai. is surrounded by a swarm of bees
She was left with painful welts all over her face

Another man managed to find a positive in being stung by a bee - right on the lips.

Comedian Jose Rivas made this hilarious video and posted it on Facebook where it has since gone viral.

The unfortunate double hit left him with a pair of kissers a Kardashian would be proud of.

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Facebook/Tha Rivas A man shares a video online of his lips after being stung twice by Yellow jackets

Jose said: "Ladies have you been spending thousands of dollars on collagen injections, just to get those vibrant luscious lips you’ve always wanted?"

"Well, here’s an easy tip, just get a couple of wasps to sting you, boom boom, right on the lips."


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