Worst Place To Get Stung By A Bee Isn't Where You'd Think
A Cornell University scientist decided to answer the question that's surely been on all our minds: Where's the worst place to get stung by a bee?By Grant Suneson | September 18, 2015
A Cornell University scientist figured out the worst place to get a bee sting.
Michael Smith endured 25 stings in 25 different places before determining that the nostril is the last place you’d want to get stung, beating out the armpit, the back of the neck and, yes, the genitals.
In recognition of his bizarre scientific contribution, Smith received an Ig Nobel Prize, a parody of the Nobel Prize, which is awarded to “achievements that make people laugh, and then think.”