A skin-crawling video has been recorded by a disgruntled guest showing an alleged infestation of bedbugs on a mattress at a low-budget hotel.
Ron Laub, who was renting the room at the time, claimed he captured the footage at Hotel Lafayette in Easton, Pennsylvania.
The video shows a mass of black spots on the middle of a mattress, as well as showing more on the edges.
Some of the black spots appear to be moving, while Ron claims the rest of the mass is eggs.
Laub told Lehigh Valley Live that he and his girlfriend were forced to sleep in shifts in order to keep the bugs at bay.
The bugs were crawling across the mattress
He said: "I killed 200, 300 a night. We kept them in a box for a while for evidence but https://www.google.com/alerts/feeds/05345284252564419565/3279674665953790434 they have a nasty smell.
"People need to see this. It's a serious health risk to the public as they spread very easily."
Laub was living in the hotel after being evicted by police after pitching his tense near the Lehigh River.
But hotel owner Michael Jabbour believes Laub brought the bed bugs with him.
He also claimed that the hotel wasn't aware of the problem until the video was posted on Facebook by Laub.
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The hotel owners told Lehigh Valley Live that the bedbugs were a result of the squalid living conditions and piles of rubbish left by http://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/298185.php Laub.
They said they contained the problem immediately.
The room has now been sprayed and the mattress thrown out after the city health department was called in.
Easton's Chief Health Administrator said that no bugs were found during a follow-up inspection.
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Laub has now been kicked out of the hotel because his room was deemed to be unsanitary and a fire hazard.
But the disgruntled guest said that clothes and debris were only strewn across his room because he was forced to pack in a hurry.
He now feels that the hotel should be bulldozed after claiming the bugs crawled in from a neighbour's room.