Mall Store Brings Shirtless Men, Bedbugs To Soho

wouldn't not wearing shirts semi-alleviate the problem?

“We’re very disappointed.”
— Brooklyn resident Sylvia Mak, who had “wanted to spend $70, or more, on shirts” for her daughters at the mall-beachwear outpost Hollister before finding out that the Soho outpost of the chain was closed because of a bedbug infestation. What does a clothing store sourced from mass-distributed items do in that case? Burn all of its inventory? Send the clothes off to the same place that gets the shirts commemorating the Phillies’ 2009 World Series victory? Force the poor employees who aren’t up to the chain’s appearance standards to wear them? [Pic via]