Friday, April 3, 2009

Rat Infestation Forces Target Store to Close


File this one under "ewwwwwwww!" According to The Consumerist, a Target store in Pikesville, Maryland "has been closed until further notice because of a rodent problem," reports WBAL Baltimore. Target officials wouldn't tell customers why they were closed; one was told it for maintenance, and another was told it was a "water main problem." Target's corporate office, however, confirmed there's a big mouse problem. You can read the full account here, and The Consumerist's web site now reports that the store has since reopened.

1 comment:

adam said...

Commercial businesses can prevent rat infestation by removing debris from in and around the building. Sealing sources of entry is also extremely helpful, although that can be a challenge when you have customers and employees continuously exiting and entering the establishment.

I wonder how long it took to discover there was a problem.