Where the Bedbugs Bite – IOTW Report

Where the Bedbugs Bite


Los Angeles recently landed in the top five of an annual list that doesn’t exactly come with bragging rights.

In its annual list of the worst bedbug cities in the U.S., pest control company Orkin ranked the City of Angels as No. 5. Chicago was No. 1 for the third year in a row, followed by New York and Philadelphia, which traded spots compared to last year, KTLA sister station WXIN reports.

To create its list, Orkin reviewed cities in which it performed residential and commercial bedbug treatments from December 2021 through November 2022.

Making the largest jumps on the list this year were Los Angeles, which moved sevens spots to rank as the fifth-worst bedbug city, and Youngstown, Ohio, which climbed 10 spots to No. 27.

Cities making the most improvement on the list included Toledo, Ohio, which fell seven spots to No. 38, and Miami, which dropped six spots to No. 45. Bites

6 Comments on Where the Bedbugs Bite

  1. Hmmm, would I be going out on a limb if I connected the dots and pointed out the obvious relationship between blue-run cities, and the prevalence of bedbugs, homelessness, crime, filth, shithole schools, drug use, out-of-wedlock mothers, and general all-round misery and pain?


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