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Google Employee Spills Bug Problem

Written on September 06, 2010 by B Waldorf

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An employee of the search engine giant unconsciously tweets a situation that should be kept under wrapped.

Google seems to have a little problem on bugs.

A tweet was sent by a marketing employee from Google’s HQ in NY that says:

“jeepers i am not immune from the bedbug epidemic. bedbugs have been found at work.”

The Twitter account which posted the tweet was deleted immediately and there is no news if the employee got fired. A Google representative answered the matter.

“Like several other businesses in New York City, we’ve discovered bedbugs in a small area of our office, we have notified employees and are taking steps to treat the affected area.”

Bedbugs are currently pestering the major cities of North America and this year.

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