Saturday, 4 August 2007

Let the dogs out!

France's national rail company announced yesterday it had taken several sleeper carriages out of service to deal with an infestation of bedbugs. "Some passengers told us they were bitten " an SNCF official announced, adding that the parasites had been found on a night train from Nice to Metz last week.
SNCF is obviously unaware that dogs can be trained to detect bedbugs as I reported in my post of 20th June. Here is the link should you wish to read it again:


Welshcakes Limoncello said...

Have you written to SNCF themselves, eurodog? They should pay you as a consultant.

Eurodog said...

Yes, I thought of that too.

Anonymous said...

That was a neat post. I had no idea, but it makes a lot of sense. They are trained for a lot of detection jobs. I agree, write them a letter.

Flowerpot said...

I remember that post, ED. You should definitely write to SNCF!