We all want to do our part for the environment so instead of reaching for the stack of paper towels, we stick our hands into the hand dryer after washing in public toilets, right? Thinking that it is only hot air coming into contact with our hands, we walk out of the toilet feeling assured that our hands are clean. However, after reading this woman's Facebook post, maybe you might want to change your opinion. Nichole Ward, of California found out to her horror what was actually lurking inside those hand dryers after she conducted a simple experiment. Her discovery which she shared on Facebook struck a chord with viewers worldwide, garnering over half a million shares and counting. Take a look at the curious photograph she attached to her FB post below. Looks like some kind of fungal growth right? Article continues here : http://malaysiandigest.com/frontpag...ublic-toilets-hand-dryers-is-going-viral.html I would want more details of how exactly she conducted her experiment before I got too concerned. If her experiment turns out to have scientific merit, it would have to be repeated with different makes of hand dryer - just because certain designs turn out to be bad doesn't mean they all will. I've seen a lot of old and dilapidated dryers in places like restaurants that worry me, although up to now my main worry with these has been electrocution.