Edgy & Cheesy

This might be the world’s first NSFW beehive.

Honeybees need all the help they can get with the way they’re dying out all across the world. Creative agency “Edgy & Cheesy” has offered them a tiny boost in Munich, with a scale-sized hotel club that looks ripped from a gritty neighborhood in Gotham City.

The slightly NSFW video of the structure illuminates all the stuff that goes on behind its graffiti-scarred walls. Drinking! Toking! Bondage! Hot six-legged lovin’! Why’s this hive so damn nasty? “Because bees have a right to live!” proclaims the tagline.

The makers claim the building, which is installed on a roof, is the “first hardcore bee nightclub ever.” Bees seem to approve, as a whole bunch has already moved in. Take a look:

H/t Urbanshit

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