Bed bugs found in Kansas City International Airport sitting area

Bed glitches have been discovered in a sitting area at Kansas City International Airport.

According to reports, airport faculty procured a live infestation of bed bugs on an upholstered chair in the Missouri airport. The chair was reportedly near several eateries in Terminal B.

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The mezzanine region in the terminal was temporarily close off cleaning.

Kathleen Hefner, a spokeswoman for KCI, said bed bugs were not found in any other area of the airport, The Kansas City Star reported.

“The mezzanine area in Terminal B is closed briefly out of an abundance of caution to clean for bed bugs found( in a chair) by staff, ” Hefner said.

“This is not a food-related issue, ” she added. “The restaurants just happened to be adjacent to the seating in the area.”

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The mezzanine area had now been reopened, following the bed bug treatment.

Alexandra Deabler is a Lifestyle novelist and editor for Fox News .

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