Walmart Issues Warning to All Customers: Product Tainted with Exotic Bacteria, Immediately Double-Bag It

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[…] Roughly 3,900 bottles of six scents of the company’s Better Homes & Gardens Gem Room Spray are being recalled.

According to WJXT-TV, the following product numbers and scents may contain a bacteria known as Burkholderia pseudomallei. more

20 Comments on Walmart Issues Warning to All Customers: Product Tainted with Exotic Bacteria, Immediately Double-Bag It

  1. After rubing elbows with the Walmart crowd for a couple years I’m not worried about too many germs/diseases/parasites. Obama sons with guns? Now that’s a different story.

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  2. ” … double-bag the product with two clear resealable bags, place the bagged spray into a cardboard box and return it to a Walmart location.”

    … where it will be placed in the bin & put back on the shelf during tonight’s restocking

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  3. I guess I’d better toss out my Better Homes & Garden Gem Douche. I only bought it because the salesgirl told me it smells like Gwyneth Paltrow’s yeast-infected vulva.

    Sorry, TMI.

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  4. TRF

    “Like a China-mans ass” you sick puppy. LOL. When this first came out I watched the hell out of it and passed it around. It is the best short movie ever made. I totally forgot about it. I’m a sick puppy too. Thanks for reminding me.

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  5. Don’t buy ANYTHING nor ANY FOOD from Walmart which imports from Communist China. Who knows WHAT the chicoms have tainted any product with to kill Americans. The other times was their poisoning Tylenol tablets though FBi blamed it on some domestic nut-job, and the ChiComs making toothpaste laced with anti-freeze. Add to that Macys selling false fox-fur collars on coats when it was discovered Macys slyly purchased raccoon dog fur from the ChiComs. The raccoon dog fur was recently found to breed and contain dangerous bacteria to humans.

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  6. Anonymous above: That Tylenol case was a woman here who mixed a type of poisonous fish tank cleaner with the Tylenol. The forensics of the substance, the Tylenol and the autopsies were conclusive.

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