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McDonald's UK: - shocking results: closed on the day

McDonald’s UK: – shocking results: closed on the day

When the local food inspectorate inspected McDonald’s in the London suburb of Leytonstone, they were greeted by a shocking sight.

Inspectors discovered an active mouse attack, and had to close the usually busy fast food restaurant during the day.

come out of one press release Issued by Waltham Forest City Council, which made the final decision to close the restaurant.

McDonald's: McDonald's is a fast food restaurant located in a suburb of London, United Kingdom.  Photo: Waltham Forest County

McDonald’s: McDonald’s is a fast food restaurant located in a suburb of London, United Kingdom. Photo: Waltham Forest County
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– This is believed to be the first such case against the fast-food chain in more than 20 years, as local authorities stopped operating, they wrote.

Send customers to the door

The inspection took place on Friday 15 October, and was completed shortly before lunchtime.

However, when the Norwegian Food Safety Authority reviewed the sanitary conditions in the restaurant, customers were instead asked to leave the premises.

– The inspection came as a result of a complaint from a customer who indicated that there was rodent activity in the restaurant, and that he found mouse droppings in the kitchen and a dead mouse in a closet, the city council wrote.

Museum: The Inspectorate found rat droppings and food scraps on the ground.  Photo: Waltham Forest County

Museum: The Inspectorate found on the ground the droppings of mice and the remains of food. Photo: Waltham Forest County
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And quite rightly, when the Norwegian Food Safety Authority came to visit, they found a dead rat and large amounts of rat droppings strewn on the filthy ground.

It concluded that the conditions posed an imminent risk to public health, and the restaurant was closed indefinitely.

closed until further notice

On Thursday, October 21, the Thames Magistrates’ Court decided to issue an emergency ban – meaning the restaurant cannot reopen until mistakes are corrected and it no longer poses a risk to customers.

Dead Mouse: Inside the closet a dead mouse was found, as well as more mouse droppings.  Photo: Waltham Forest County

Dead Mouse: Inside the closet a dead mouse was found, as well as more mouse droppings. Photo: Waltham Forest County
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McDonald’s is not opposed to the decision and has also decided to pay the costs associated with the closure, which amount to just over 20,000 crowns.

Clyde Lukes, vice president of Waltham Forest City Council, says they won’t hesitate to act when companies don’t meet the requirements.

More from the Museum: Even on the mop, the review found mouse droppings.  Photo: Waltham Forest County

More from the Museum: Even on the mop, the review found mouse droppings. Photo: Waltham Forest County
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We take all food hygiene complaints seriously, no matter how small or large the restaurant is. Customers should be able to eat safely, and we won’t hesitate to shop when businesses don’t meet requirements, Lux says.

– We know McDonald’s has a good reputation for being clean, which is also why such cases are so rare. I understand this is the first time in more than two decades that a local inspection has closed one of their restaurants, he says, and continues:

guest hair: Vegard Lindmoen, 22, and his friend were visiting McDonald’s in Gjøvik for dinner, when they suddenly heard a noise nearby. Video: Vigard Lindmoen
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Mice can carry a number of diseases that can infect humans and cause real harm. I am pleased that the company has admitted its mistakes in this incident, and is cooperating with the Food Inspection Authority of the City Council.

– took hold immediately

According to the local British newspaper and the tabloid London Evening Standard A McDonald’s spokesperson said cleanliness and hygiene are of the utmost importance to the chain of restaurants.

He was tracked down in the museum: on the floor under the devices, he was nearby with mouse droppings.  Photo: Waltham Forest County

He was tracked down in the museum: on the floor under the devices, he was nearby with mouse droppings. Photo: Waltham Forest County
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– Once we became aware of the problem, we started working with our pest control partner to take action immediately. This includes cleaning the restaurant thoroughly, and implementing structural changes to ensure any hygiene issues are resolved forever, the spokesperson says.

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