A Bissell employee eats a meal on a train platform in front of horrified onlookers after cleaning it with the company's latest vacuum

Would you eat anything off a subway platform? The thought itself is enough to turn the strongest of stomachs in disgust. After all, hundreds, if not thousands, of people walk over the platform every single day, tracking mud, gum, garbage and a whole slew of other bacteria with them. Ingesting even a portion of that could make you violently ill, so why would someone dump their lunch on it and eat anyways? If you believed you had cleaned it with the most potent and efficient cleaning product to get rid of all the caked on filth first.

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