While some hornets can be harmless, Verret said this breed was potentially dangerous.
"They're bad, terrible," Verret said. "There's nothing good about them, I don't think. [I got stung once and it] felt like getting hit in the head with a hammer."
This time, however, there were no injuries.
"I usually get stung," Verret said. "But this time, no, I lucked out."
As Verret approaches the shed, he can be heard saying "actually, I'm not usually scared," despite being covered head-to-toe in protective gear.
You have to check out this video. The sheer amount of hornets is enough to make anyone's skin crawl.
Verret is lucky he wasn't stung! And we're all lucky there's people like him out there who are destroying hornets nests so that we don't have to.
Have you ever seen a hornet's nest so large?