Bee swarm invades New Zealand cricket pitch during match
Canterbury and Wellington had been taking part in a Plunket Protect match at Basin Reserve in Wellington on Sunday when the bugs descended.
Photographs of the incident present gamers and officers sitting and mendacity on the bottom because the bees fly over the pitch.
The incident occurred throughout day two of the four-day match, with play persevering with on Monday.
Canterbury ended Sunday 269 runs forward, with six wickets in hand.
Bees have beforehand disrupted cricket matches within the UK and South Africa.
In June 2019, a swarm of bees interrupted a Cricket World Cup match between Sri Lanka and South Africa in Durham, England, and the same incident occurred when the 2 groups confronted one another in Johannesburg, South Africa, two years earlier.
In July, a person died and no less than 5 individuals had been injured after a bee swarm assault in Arizona.