I'm sure this has happened in some form or another to most of us, the 'ol wasp in the riding gear business.
My most memorable must have been quite amusing to observe. I wish someone had taken a video, but it was in'06 I believe, just before camera with video capability in a phone became ubiquitous.
I was about two blocks from home after a long, hot day in the saddle of my 996. I had my full leathers unzipped part way due to the heat and riding slowly at this point in the urban environment. With the forward lean required by the 996 ergos it was perfect suction for a flying critter and sure enough a wasp flew straight into the tight confines of my leathers and starts stinging and buzzing angrily about. First I have to pull the bike off to the side of the road in as controlled a manner as I can manage, then get off the bike and put the kick stand down, all the while angry waspy is doing his thing in my leathers. Then the amusing part starts for any bystanders who might have been around. Up to this point nothing would have appeared amiss, other than how quickly I veered off the road.
Now I start this crazy dance trying to get my back pack off and get my tight leathers off my sweaty body. You know how difficult full leathers can be to take off under normal, controlled circumstances, but add in tiredness from many hours of summer riding and an angry wasp having his way with your torso..., well, I imagine I looked like quite the crazed dancing, madman