Bed Bugs biting customers at Phoenix area movie theater
People sitting down to watch the movie “Flatliners” at a Phoenix valley AMC said they noticed itchy bed bug bites while attempting to enjoy some cinema one afternoon. Movie theater employees corroborated their story, saying the bed bugs have indeed become a major problem there.
Bedbugs a problem at Phoenix Wal Mart
Just a year ago a Valley man decided to use the scooter to get around during his shopping trip to Wal Mart. About 10 minutes later his back started to itch and when he got up, he noticed what was a textbook case of bed bugs in the cracks of the seats. He immediately went home and stripped down, then put his clothes in the dryer on high heat for a few hours to kill the bed bugs.
An upsurge in bedbugs linked to the increase in world trade and travel
Bed bugs- is there a way to explain such an upsurge? Bed bugs are inherently vulnerable to insecticides, especially organophosphates or DDT, which were used extensively in the 1950s and 1960s. But the progressive ban, since the 1970s, of these products for reasons of ecology and public health could have contributed to their return. Many people have turned to natural solutions in the treatment of bed bugs like this all natural bed bug killer: https://defensive-end.com/buy/
Bed Bug controversy at Phoenix Sky Harbor airport causes one employee to speak out
An employee at the Phoenix airport who wished to remain anonymous reported that the bedbug issue recently reported in the news- could be a lot worse in reality. Known as “Jerry”, the airport employee said that he and several other staff members of the airport suspect that whenever they are required to remove furniture from the terminals, it is most often for bed bugs being found in the seats. A separate spokesperson for the airport claimed the furniture was being removed in large amounts because of failing fabric and reclamation by the manufacturers of the furniture under warranty.
So who do you believe?
Bed bugs at Loyola University
Students are again finding bed bugs in the dorms and residence halls at Loyola University in Phoenix. School representatives claim that there have been proactive inspections and treatments for bed bugs in every residence hall on an annual basis since the year 2000.
Reactions among the student body was mixed. Some students were heavily freaked out, others just minorly annoyed but still expecting school officials to do something about the problem described as “gross”.