What did we tell you about that takeover? New York City sufficiently terrified, bedbugs have moved on to taking down international leaders. The Post reports that the United Nations has seen bedbugs on "most of the floors in one of the complex’s buildings", and though the building was fumigated, "dogs had detected bedbugs in the CMP conference room chairs," according to their briefing yesterday. The United Nations plans to hold a deliberation on whether or not to issue sanctions on the bugs' biting habits, at which point they will write them a letter, politely asking them to stop.
Bedbugs Go After World Leaders at UN
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