WATCH: This is what getting stung by a ‘murder hornet’ looks and feels

The year 2020 continues to torment us.

With the COVID-19 pandemic still ongoing, now these monstrous insects dubbed as “murder hornets” follow. They were first seen in the US at the end of last year.

The giant bugs are called Asian giant hornets. These insects have killed 41 people in the Chinese province of Shaanxi in the summer of 2013.

Coyote Peterson, known as the “King of Sting” showed what a sting from one of these murderous creatures actually feels like. He said:

“When the stinger went into my arm, I had this wave — this wave came over me, and I got super dizzy,” Peterson said. “Almost didn’t feel what was happening. And then the pain was immediately searing.”

Watch the video below.

A few seconds after getting stung, his arm started to swell dramatically. He said it was still incredibly painful 20 minutes later.

“No relief yet,” he said. “It’s just a matter of harnessing the pain, controlling the level of pain, and rolling around on the ground and screaming at this point.”

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