Bedbugs at Goldman Sachs?S

Bedbugs are creatures with a strong sense of social justice. They tend to attack deserving targets, like Fox News and massive ad agencies (and you?). The latest righteous bedbug victim: Goldman Sachs, baby.

Employees who work in Goldman's Jersey City, N.J., office tower have been moved from certain floors and ordered out of the building at times because exterminators have been in checking and spraying for bed bugs, said two separate sources at the firm.

Working in Jersey and being infested by bedbugs: the classic double-whammy. Goldman tells ABC News that this is all just normal, nothing to see here, but bedbug experts are like, yea right, they definitely are infested. This is just one more reason for Lloyd Blankfein to thank god for the BP oil spill.

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