Man's BMW Is Now Bursting With Cockroaches After Parking At Airport

Living in paradise is not without its challenges. Take, for instance, when your luxury vehicle ends up infested with cockroaches. That's what happened to a Hawaiian man's BMW last week after he parked it for a few days under a tree at Kona International Airport.

TV station KITV reports that after pulling into his driveway, Blake Howell saw something crawling out from underneath his car's hood. He grabbed his phone and an extra large can of bug spray and filmed this.

Prepare to have your vacation dreams ruined forever, because there are not enough beautiful sunsets in the world that will make you forget this scene:

Howell told the station that after doing battle with the bugs and killing so many that he had to hose down his driveway, he still can't claim victory. He's finding little roach corpses in his driveway to this day.

"I joked with somebody that if they had actually been in the interior I probably would have had to set the thing on fire." Howell told KITV.

Is fire actually off the table, Blake? Because you may have to torch your Bimmer. And your house. And maybe your whole block just to be sure.

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Comments

    I say we take off and nuke the entire site from orbit. It's the only way to be sure.

    I worked in a petrol station in the 90s in Brisbane Australia. Attached to this was mechanics workshop. We had the contract to service the an Airport catering van that would deliver food to the terminal for different smaller airlines. When that car came in for a service it would be covered in the tiny German Cockroaches from top to bottom. They were everywhere in the van.

    It was really gross.

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