My friend was looking for a job and there was an advertisement online from a bee removal company. The company was looking for a few people to join the business and the individuals did not need any special qualifications. My friend was excited because the entry level position paid a few dollars higher than minimum wage. I told my friend that I thought he was crazy, because bee removal services are a tricky business. My parents had a huge hornet nest growing under the porch and they had to call a fever mobile service to get rid of the nest. It was huge and it took the professionals several hours to remove the nest safely. My friend didn’t hear my warning and he applied for the job. The guy has a lot of energy and he works really hard, so I was not surprised when the company offered to give him a job. Monday was the first day that my friend worked for the bee removal service. He came over to see me after work and he had things all over his arms and face. He wore special protective clothing to do the job, but he still ended up with 27 different stings on the first day. Tuesday, my buddy fell in a well while trying to remove another hornet nest. He broke his arm and now the guy has to be in a full arm cast for the next eight weeks. That’s the end of his bee removal services job. At least the company has to pay for his injuries and the hospital bill.