Recent studies found ATMs to have high levels of bacillus and pseudomonads, two bacteria famous for causing sickness and diarrhea. Interestingly enough these are the same bacteria that infest public toilets. So next time you reach to type in your PIN number just imagine yourself running your hand around the rim of the toilet bowl across the street.
Unless you’re cleaning your bathtub weekly then most likely whatever is lingering around your drain is going to be worse than whatever you find in your toilet. Staph infections, pneuomonia, septicimia, and urinary tract infections have all been caused by dirty tubs.
10. Self Checkout at Supermarket
Just like with ATMs you’ll find some nasty stuff growing on those keypads. While other types of checkouts aren’t any cleaner, the supermarket only made the list because there is food involved, which means an increased chance of ingesting all that bacteria.