Bed Bugs

July 20, 2010 by staff 

Bed BugsBed Bugs:I(HULIQ) — It seems that bed bugs do not only dream but also found shopping in an East Side of New York City Mall, according to News 5, WLWT. The insect pests were said to be found in stores like Victoria’s Secret, Abercrombie & Fitch and Hollister. Shopper, were undoubtedly quite puzzled about finding bed bugs in them.

Bed bugs are small, dark, parasites, insects Cimicidae family. They feed exclusively on human blood, but because they are very demanding, like all warm-blooded mammals, blood and blood feeding of pets.

The name “bed bug” originated from the preferred habitat of insect infestation, which is that of the houses and especially beds or other areas where people sleep. Bedbugs are mostly active at night. Most people or animals do not know when the insects feed on them.

Bed bugs have also been called lice wall, mahogany floors, crimson ramblers, heavy dragons, bugs and redcoats.

How do bugs go shopping? It says that customers do not know, but they are bringing home pests in malls through your clothes.

Hardebeck of Permakil Ray Pest Control said, “restaurants, furniture stores, hospitals, doctors, what else, Something name and could have bed bugs. They are going to be all over, everywhere before it is all done with, unless we get some pesticides, some insecticides that work. That’s not the fault of the merchants. People are infesting the companies. Do not stop shopping. There is nothing we can do about it. ”

The secret of Victoria spokesman said the problem in the shop was a case “isolated” and buyers should not worry because the problem has been treated. The mall has been completely wiped and re-opened for business. Perhaps only inspect your clothing carefully before making the final purchase and wash all clothing when entering your home or using them.

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