"This one is worse than that one," Griffin told KHOU.
The second hive is larger and more dangerous, so Griffin said it could not be taken down Thursday.
"You can see how many bees there are guarding the most beautiful queen you've seen in your life," Griffin told KHOU.
Griffin said he wanted the neighborhood “completely on lockdown” when he removed the bees, the television station reported.
Residents just want to be safe when they walk through the neighborhood.
"It's a concern when you have kids riding their bikes," Zinn told KHOU. "There's not a sign on that tree. There's just pile-ons. It'll be a great relief."