Seeing this will make your stomach turn and you will be disgusted by everything you have ever eaten: Inspectors at McDonald's encountered a disaster, they immediately shut it down! (PHOTO)

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A McDonald's restaurant was shut down after health inspectors discovered mice in the kitchen.

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The closed McDonald's in Leytonstone

Customers at a restaurant in Leytonstone, east London, were asked to leave when environmental officials found rodents and a huge amount of feces, the Sun reports. 

Police found a dead mouse in a storage closet, as well as the surfaces of a fast food chain restaurant covered in the feces of those rodents.

Inspectors also found a slice of bacon and other leftover food on the dirty floor.

The district council sent food inspectors to the location after customers complained about the rodents in the restaurant.

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Detail from the closed McDonald's in Leytonstone

Councillor Clyde Loakes, who oversees food hygiene in the municipality, said:

"Customers should be able to dine safely and we will not hesitate to react when companies fail to meet their obligations. Mice carry a range of diseases that can infect humans and cause them real harm. I am glad that McDonald's has acknowledged its shortcomings in this incident and is cooperating with the Council officials."

McDonald's has agreed to pay the Waltham Forest Council the full cost of £1,821 for the formal closing action.

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Detail from the closed McDonald's in Leytonstone

The Thames Magistrates’ Court granted an urgent hygiene emergency prohibition order on Thursday which means that the restaurant cannot reopen until all the pest control measures have been fully implemented and the risk to the public removed.

It is believed to be the first case of its kind against a fast food chain in more than 20 years.

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Detail from the closed McDonald's in Leytonstone

A McDonald's spokesman said:

"Cleanliness and hygiene is of the utmost importance to us. As soon as this issue was brought to our attention we worked with our pest prevention partner to take immediate action including extensively cleaning the restaurant and completing a number of structural works to ensure that any hygiene issues are permanently dealt with.  We are working closely with environmental health officers to ensure that the restaurant can be safely reopened as soon as possible.”

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Detail from the closed McDonald's in Leytonstone


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