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Bedbugs 'deliberately released' at Walmart in Pennsylvania

BBC News Monday, 6 January 2020
Police investigate after the blood-sucking pests are found inside clothing and a men's fitting room.
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EDINBORO, PENNSYLVANIA β€” Someone in Pennsylvania apparently hates Walmart so much they deliberately tried to cause a bedbug infestation. [CUT 1] According to CNN, a manager at an Edinboro Walmart found a closed pill bottle filled with live bed bugs inside a boy's jacket that was for...

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