Domino’s Pizza in Sebastian shut down by health inspector for rats

Domino's Pizza in Sebastian, Florida.
Domino's Pizza in Sebastian, Florida.

Domino’s Pizza in Sebastian has been shut down since Thursday by the state after the health inspector found rat droppings in the restaurant.

“Rodent activity present as evidence by rodent droppings found. 56 droppings in back store room. 3 droppings by back door, 6 behind pizza make counter,” the inspector wrote in their report.

Domino’s was then shut down and reinspected on Friday, but they remained shut down after the health inspector found more rat droppings.

“Observed 15 droppings under front counter,” the inspector said.

The Sebastian pizza restaurant remained shut down on Saturday but will be reinspected by the state. We will update the article after they reopen.

Also last Tuesday, Wendy’s in Sebastian was shut down by the state health inspector for roach activity. The fast-food restaurant opened two days later after passing inspection.

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