ALLIANCE, Ohio ̵
A colony of European hornets has set up housekeeping in an old Chevy El Camino in Youngstown, Ohio, WOIO reported.  Travis Watson reported that he was trying to remove the massive hornet's nest from the driver's seat of the classic car, WFMJ reported.
He posted the video on his Facebook page Sunday, where he has already received more than 130,000 views.
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Watson said that the European hornet, that what he said, can be nearly two inches long, is not common to the Alliance, Ohio, Area, WFMJ reports.
It was not his first time battling the insects, but it's not common. However, they are growing in population, reported WFMJ.
Watson used a mixture of pesticides to get rid of the hornets and remove the nest. At some point he said that he needed a larger bag to contain the remains of the hornet's nest. He told WFMJ that he normally only throws away a nest if the client does not want to keep it.
Watson said he does not kill honeybees and usually misplaces them. But the hornets were another matter.
European hornets do not pollinate like honey bees and they feed their young other insects, even other yellow jackets. They also damage trees to collect bark for their nests, WFMJ reported.
The sting is also painful, Watson told WFMJ.
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