To answer your question, you cannot peanut punch the ball out of your own hands and claim it was a fumble. I supposed you could just drop it and hope someone picks it up before it hits the ground, but that would be stupid.
Building a hive for one bee seems a little bit like overkill. If you see them swarming, then yes get a hive. Honey bees will travel great distances searching for pollen. If you want to have them in your area, plant some flowers. Even a nice patch of clover will attract them. If the area is a high desert, then there would in all likelihood be a dearth of flowering plants, which would lead to a larger area for them to search, and also result in lower honey production, and a natural reduction in hive size.
Source: My father had 10 honey bee gums when I was growing up. Up until he got stung on Christmas day and developed an allergy that almost killed him. They were gone the next day. I still miss the fresh honeycomb.
30-12 Ain'ts score two field goals and 1 touchdown, go for two, Norman intercepts it and run it back for the first defensive 2 pt conversion in NFL history. Ball is given to a fan, who then gets a buttload of swag, because the ball goes to the Hall of Fame.