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COMMUTERS have been told to “bee aware” when stepping out of inner west trains after hundreds of bees were spotted at St Peters Station.
Sydney Trains posted photos of the insects with an accompanying message to “avoid the Sydenham end of platforms one and two due to the swarm”.
Sydney Trains issued the warning this afternoon.
The swarm was contained to platforms 1-2.
The opportunity for puns was not lost with some commuters reporting a “buzz” at the station while others questioned why the insects were not “bee-hind” the yellow lines.
The incident has been reported to a local bee removalist company.
This article first appeared on www.dailytelegraph.com.au
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