Yuck Bed Bugs Found In This Airport Sitting Area!

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Bed Bugs are certainly a problem in some hotels, but did you realize that you could run into them in your local airport? Last year we told you about a Bed Bug Infestation at Major US Airport. According to Fox News, there is a new bed bug infestation near several restaurants in Terminal B or Kansas City International Airport.

Yuck Bed Bugs Found In This Airport Sitting Area!

Bed bugs have been discovered in a sitting area at Kansas City International Airport.

According to reports, airport staff found a live infestation of bed bugs on an upholstered chair in the Missouri airport. The chair was reportedly near several restaurants in Terminal B.

The mezzanine area in the terminal was temporarily closed for cleaning.

Kathleen Hefner, a spokeswoman for KCI, said bed bugs were not found in any other area of the airport, The Kansas City Star reported.

“The mezzanine area in Terminal B is closed briefly out of an abundance of caution to clean for bed bugs found (in a chair) by staff,” Hefner said.

Yuck Bed Bugs Found In This Airport!

HT: Fox News


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