A Disgusting Infestation Has Been Discovered At This Midwest Airport
If you’ve booked a flight through this Midwest airport, you may want to watch where you sit.
Officials at Kansas City International have announced that the airport is currently dealing with a bed bug infestation.
The affected part of the airport seems to be the mezzanine area of Terminal B. Airport staff reported bed bugs on an fabric chair in a seating area. Unsettlingly, the chair was near several restaurants. However, officials have stated that no bedbugs were found in food preperation areas.
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The timing isn’t great; spring break season is in full swing and thousands of people are passing through the airport every day.
The mezzanine area has now reopened, though passengers should report any further bed bugs sightings to airport staff.