What is that foul odor at PBIA?

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More than 5 million passengers, and a few dogs, step on the gray carpets at Palm Beach International Airport each year (Courtesy PBIA)

By Jose Lamiet, GossipExtra (Jan 13, 2013) – EXCLUSIVE - There’s something stinky at Palm Beach International Airport, gateway to one of the country’s fanciest towns.

The stench is being described as a cross between a pack of wet dogs and sneakers worn without socks over a full summer.

“It’s overwhelming,” said one frequent airport user who alerted Gossip Extra about the problem. “It smells like a health hazard.”

The foul odors, I’m told, are wafting from the carpeted areas at the TSA checkpoint.


Note: Jose Lambiet, founder, writer, producer and occasional ad sales rep for GossipExtra.   A veteran  journalist. Jose has worked for the Sun-Sentinel and The Palm Beach Post. And now writes a column, coincidentally called Gossip Extra, in The Miami Herald. The information and facts are those gathered by Jose. 

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