Restaurant High Chairs Carry More Bacteria Than Toilet Seats

EWWW. On a scale of 1 - 10 this is a 15! Read on, if you dare. . .

The Daily Mail has reported on a new and disturbing study. According to swabs taken at 30 different restaurants, the amount of bacteria found on high chairs was significantly greater than the amounts found on public toilets. Toilets had an average of eight bacteria per square centimeter. High chairs had 147. Ready for the kicker? The study was done in the United States, not England.

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