A fastfood restaurant was shut down by the health department due to a "rat infestation", after mobile phone footage caught rodents scampering through a bag of burger buns.
The take-away restaurant was forced to temporarily close its doors the following day, after health investigators found rodent droppings inside the burger and chicken rolls.
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The video prompted an immediate investigation by USA health inspectors, who found rodent droppings on and inside hamburgers and rolls.
According to the News Journal, the restaurant was open for business Tuesday morning and there was even a sign on the front door reading, "Now hiring cashiers and sandwich makers".
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A State Police spokesperson said the vehicle never went over 40 miles per hour and there were no crashes from incident. There were no accidents or injuries reported in connection with the incident, according to WTKR in Virginia .
Inspectors visited the Burger King location on Concord Pike in Brandywine Hundred.
The restaurant was also subject to a "reinspection" on Monday, at which time the operators needed to demonstrate that they addressed the lapses in 'food security issues'. Inspectors also found part of the ceiling to be leaking, and flies coming out of a drain. "Mouse droppings were observed on the floor near the ice machine, water heater, under storage, near syrup soda boxes and behind fryers", a portion of the report read. In a statement to 6abc Action News, Burger King Media Relations said, "Food safety and hygiene is always a top priority for us". We have already contacted the Franchisee, who independently owns and operates the location, to investigate this matter and ensure they take the appropriate measures.
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The restaurant reopened on Monday.