That gif is its own reward.
Mr Birkett, of Owslebury-based Longwood Services, used a spray to kill the insects on Sunday (August 24). It gives him mixed feelings. “It is amazing how they build it, by chewing the wood off gates and things. Although they are a pest in homes they are a friend of the gardener by killing aphids.
“I thought 'what a shame', but I had a job to do and the client was terrified.”
My parents are easily the most live-and-let-live people on the planet, but one or two stings, and they take them out. Those f*****s aren't defensive, like ants or bees, they're aggressively territorial. It's not, "You disturbed our nest, now we fight!", it's more, "You saw the secret location of our nest (on your front porch), now you must DIE!"