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The average piece of gum costs about 3p to buy but around PS1.
Up to 20% said they would happily chew a piece of gum they found loose in the bottom of their holdall, unaware of the hygiene horrors.
Worryingly, one in five said they would happily chew a piece of gum they found loose in the bottom of their holdall, unaware of the hygiene horrors.
Coun Phil Townshend, Coventry City Council's cabinet member for community safety, said: "It costs on average pounds 2 to remove each piece of gum and at the moment we spend around pounds 36,000 each year in the city centre on this.
Miriam Starobin said she used the manoeuvre, after seeing it on the popular Nickelodeon cartoon, when her friend Allyson Golden, 12, began choking on a piece of gum during a music class at Long Beach Middle School, the New York Post reported.
A 2-gram piece of gum made with polyvinyl acetate contains roughly 1 microgram of vinyl acetate as readily determined by laboratory techniques.
It is thought one piece of gum cost 3p last year, but the cost of removing it from a street or pavement was 10p.
It costs the council around pounds 150,000 a year to remove chewing gum off pavements - 30p for each piece of gum.