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NEW YORK (PIX11) — Bedbugs are now apparently taking advantage of the free subway transfer.

The MTA is investigating a report that bedbugs were spotted on the No. 7 train Tuesday morning, according to Business Insider.

A rider told the website he spotted the bugs coming out from under a seat on a Manhattan bound train.

If true, it will be the third line to become infected with bedbugs in the past week.

Bedbugs have been confirmed in conductor cars on the “N” train and the No. 5 train.

The MTA said in the report it can’t confirm the presence of the pests on the 7, but is investigating.

“It is impossible to check all 5.5 million daily subway customers for bedbugs before they enter the system, but when we get a report we investigate immediately and fumigate if necessary,” a spokesperson for the MTA told Business Insider.

PIX11 reached out to the MTA for comment, but no immediate response was available.