A swarm of bees swept across the field during a match in Tanzania, terrorising the players on the pitch and fans in the stands.
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A match between Young Africans and Iringa United had to be halted this week when airborne insect intruders made their presence felt.
Early in the second half, many players suddenly stopped playing and hit the deck when the swarm descended.
Supporters began to do likewise up in the stands, running across the terraces and diving for cover while the players and officials evacuated the pitch entirely.
Some players were reportedly stung by the marauding wingers, but nobody suffered any serious injuries as Young Africans went on to win 4-0.
Chelsea's Ampadu loses trademark dreadlocks
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The 19-year-old -- on a season-long loan from Stamford Bridge at Bundesliga club RB Leipzig -- has had his long, shaggy extensions sheared after surrendering to his first hair cut in years.
To be fair, Ampadu's new do is very slick.