What would you do if you saw a family of rats roaming your local McDonald's? That's what recently happened to a Naples, Fla. customer Keysha Vega when she drove up to the restaurant's drive-thru
just after midnight on Tuesday.Her late-night ice cream stop led to a situation that stunned her social media followers, according to NBC 2. The video she shared on Instagram showed about five
large rats freely roaming the restaurant's floor, while employees were nowhere in sight.The Crossroads Market McDonald's was still open on Wednesday morning when Keysha stopped by
but was closed by Thursday.A sign posted on the restaurant read "CLOSED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.THANK YOU.Mike Adams,the restaurant's owner and operator,said his McDonald's would close for deep cleaning
His statement reads:"We are committed to providing our customers and crew members with a clean and safe dining and working experience.We were alerted to a concerning video circulating on social media
nd we take this situation seriously. Out of an abundance of caution, we are proactively closing this restaurant temporarily while we thoroughly deep clean
and sanitize the restaurant and resolve this matter in coordination with our neighboring business within this building unit."
The restaurant will undergo an inspection by the Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation before resuming business. Circle K, the other tenant occupying the building,
will also close its doors for a thorough scrubbing. No date for re-opening has been released.While this is a shocking story, unfortunately, incidences like this occur daily.
Restaurants in the U.S. are inspected routinely by health department personnel within the local, county, and state regions. Many of these establishments pass, but some do not.