Unfiltered Story #179109

, , | Unfiltered | December 7, 2019

When our library checks in DVDs, we always open the cases to ensure the discs are inside and that they are the correct discs. As I worked through a pile recently returned by an older gent, I suddenly jumped back and dropped one, barely suppressed my instinctive “Holy sh*t!”
The inside of the case was CRAWLING with what looked like hundreds of very tiny red bugs.
I called my supervisor over right away, and we worked on quickly closing up the case and disposing of the bugs that got away. I pointed out the man who returned the DVDs, and she took the whole stack over to him, and informed him of the condition of their return. He was shocked, and claimed not to have even opened the DVDs since taking them out, but agreed to dispose of the bugs outside. How in the hell did they get in there?