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MANILA, Philippines - Operations at the domestic wing of the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) Terminal 2 were temporarily affected Thursday when bees suddenly swarmed the control panels of five aero bridges, preventing controllers from attaching the movable walkways to arriving airplanes.
Some airport workers believe that the bees could have possibly been taken to Manila by a passenger and had escaped from a cage.
“But how can that be when at least five aerobridges were affected? That would have been possible if the bees were found in only one boarding bridge,” countered one employee.