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  Waldorf-Astoria sued over bedbugs


A woman from Michigan filed a law suit against New York’s Waldorf-Astoria on Thursday claiming she and her husband became infected with bedbugs during a stay the famous hotel.


Christina Drabicki claims her and her husband David, carried the bedbugs home to Plymouth Michigan where they passed the bedbugs off to their two daughters, one of whom suffered an allergic reaction, according to the lawsuit filed in state Supreme Court.


New York has been invaded by bedbugs, with The United Nations, the Harlem office of former U.S. President Bill Clinton, several retail stores and movie theater have all been plagued by the infestation.


The Drabickis stayed at the Waldorf-Astoria from May 24-27 and encountered bedbug bites after the first night. While the hotel moved them to a different room, they were not warned that their luggage may also be infested.


The family was forced to vacate their home for six weeks while the house was exterminated for about $4,500. According to Drabicki, around 1,000 pounds of clothing also had to be disinfected, much of it being discarded.


Source: Reuters

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