A Florida man said he was horrified when he learned that a cockroach had dug into his ear and laid an egg.
Blake Collins, 25, from Tallahassee, told the Tallahassee Democrat which apartment he lived in with his husband
"They crawl on our sheets, they crawl on our mattress," Collins said.
Collins said he saw the animals crawling out of the bulb sockets and even appearing in his dog's food bowl. He remembered one day when he got up one night to pick up the creatures from his husband while recovering from the surgery.
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Collins said the situation worsened last week after a cockroach crawled into his ear. He said he felt the insect crawl into his ear in the early morning.
"A roach dug in my head," he recalled. "I could hear his legs in me, it felt like someone had put a Q-tip in my head and I could not help it."
Collins said he had gone to the hospital immediately, where the Doctor Lidocain poured into his ear what killed him The doctor found that the roach had also put an egg in his ear.
"I heard it die in my head," Collins said. "When he poured the lidocaine, I felt like he was running super fast, kicking and trying to dig his way out, and a slight squeak and then two minutes later it just stopped and he died."
Collins said he is busy with pest control issues in his apartment since he and his husband moved in. He said he had tried to resolve the situation after asking pest control questions to the complex's office, but nothing was done.
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"The fact that she continued the problem with the Roach was neglect and I was" I have suffered an injury, "said he talks about the manager of the complex.
"Bugs crawl and die in your ear – that happens to corpses, not people," he continued.
But Collins was happy about it. He announced that he and his husband were after the Lease in a new apartment.