Re: Bee Sting? No, a copperhead bite ... in a Longhorn Steakhouse!
We had a similar instance four doors down from me this summer. When they called me for assistance and first aid advice, we thought it might have been a scorpion bite because of the single bite mark on the finger. The neighbor lady was cleaning some freshly cut twigs and branches under a shrub when her finger started to hurt. We knew it was not a bee or wasp, that left scorpions to blame.
One thing led to another and they wound up at the emergency room. The Dr. on duty had seen these symptoms and single bite wounds before. He thought it was a snake bite and suggested that the snake wasn't intending to be mean, just saying, "go away". Venom is actually produced at a high price and snakes will preserve it. No antivenom was administered. She was over it in ten days, but it hurt for a while.
When the neighbor got back home, he went out to finish picking up the cut branches and found a full sized copperhead still in the same place. Killed it.
...We don't see things as they are, we see things as WE are...