The stocky man, who appears to be in his late 40s, then holds out his palms to show the crushed bodies of the insects - and the remains of what was once their nest.
The brave man has earned admiration online after the video racked up more than 90,000 views worldwide in less than 24 hours.
Thus, ‘s main contributors were untrustworthy thirtysomethings: Director Mike Nichols was sometimes referred to as a boy genius and the second coming of Orson Welles due to his precocious success directing on Broadway. Bancroft’s character was supposed to be in her mid-40s, but the actress was 36.
And while Hoffman, making his movie debut, could effectively portray a socially maladroit 21-year-old, he was 30.
The plucky pest controller then smacks his palms together - destroying both the nest and the wasps inside.
He then separates his hands and squeezes them into fists - just to make sure that no wasps survive his steel-like clutches.
, the December 1967 box-office smash starring newcomer Dustin Hoffman as Benjamin Braddock and Anne Bancroft as Mrs.