New York City Rats, Bed Bugs Getting Their Own Reality Show
Bed Bugs have infested bedrooms, the Gramercy Hotel and have even scared away tourists. Rats are on the subway and even someone's face. It's inevitable that someone was going to give our local celebrities a reality television show. But you too can be a part of the action!
As noticed by NYC the Blog, the place for all rat news, the production company Optomen is casting a show for Animal Planet:
A new series on Animal Planet is looking to solve pest problems and infestations in all 5 boroughs. They'll set you up with an accredited local pest control company that will tackle your pest problem, and follow the process of making your home or business pest-free. They're looking for severe pest infestations of any kind, from cockroaches and bedbugs to rats and raccoons. No infestation is too severe for their team. All correspondence will be kept strictly confidential AND they won't even need to mention or show the name or location of your business or home/apt. This is a great opportunity to have some of the best experts in the business put an end to your infestation. If Interested, please send an email to PestExterminatorCasting@gmail.com with a brief description of your infestation along with any photos/documentation of the problem (if possible). In the subject line of the email, please indicate what kind of pest you're having a problem with.
Cockroaches and raccoons are welcome, as well!
New York City infestations? Cue a Kardashians joke.
Television Series About New York City Exterminators Planned [NYC the Blog]
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