Doctor finds four live bees inside woman's eye feasting on her tears

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Four "sweat bees" that had been living in a Taiwanese woman's eye were removed by a doctor who described his surprise at finding a "leg with hair, protruding from the eyelid".

It would have been very likely for sweat bees to be around He at the time, Hung told reporters, as they tend to nest near graves and in the mountains.

Hung Chi-ting, the hospital's head of ophthalmology, said he discovered the insect legs in her eye using a microscope. "Tears wouldn't stop coming out of my eye", she said.

A 28-year-old woman in Taiwan went to the doctor after getting what she assumed was a piece of dirt in her eye.

He was discharged from the hospital and is expected to make a full recovery, KRON reported.

"They are still alive, they've been sent as specimens to another organization and will be studied", he said.

Hung regarded the case as a "world's first".

The species, Halictidae, are common across the world, and got their name from their attraction to the salts in human sweat.

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The woman, identified only by her surname "He", had tried to wash out her eye but the pain got worse and it swelled up.

She was visiting the grave as part of the annual Chinese Qing Ming tomb-sweeping festival, which is traditionally observed by sprucing up loved ones' graves.

Thinking it was only dirt, she cleaned her eye out with water and did not rub her eyes much for the rest of the day.

"Thankfully she came to the hospital early, otherwise I might have had to take her eyeball out to save her life".

Four tiny sweat bees were living under her eyelid. "If she did she could have induced the bees to produce venom ... she could have gone blind". "They haven't figured out what we are".

Dr. Hong said the bees don't usually attack people, they just drink their sweat. The film saw its antagonist lynched, slathered in honey, and stung to death - one of the few bee-related deaths in film (we can't forget Wicker Man) and the only one to result in a ghost this angry.

Hung said the bees are still alive.