A Tesco store in central London has a serious mouse problem, environmental health inspectors have found.
The inspectors found an infestation at Tesco Metro in Covent Garden, along with "dirty conditions".
They have ordered the store to close until a thorough clean-up has taken place and pest control measures have been taken.
A Tesco spokesman said they were "extremely concerned" by the situation.
James Armitage, Westminster Council's food health and safety manager, said: "We treat the big retail companies with exactly the same approach as small high street traders - where public health is of concern, our action is swift and decisive. Read full article at: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-london-17524235
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