It appears that Kansas City is on high alert.

Kauffman Stadium was engulfed by a horde of bees recently during a Royals game against the visiting Cleveland Indians.

Well, the upper deck, anyway.

Fortunately, as the game was being played in Kansas City, the upper deck appeared to be completely empty, but that's still a hella lot of bees.

Dudes got it sorted, though, and if you click over to The Daily Player, you'll see the club isn't exactly new to the experience.

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