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Little Caesars Location Closes After Mouse Droppings Found in Pizza Crust

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An Indianapolis Little Caesars pizza shop was shut down on February 13 by health inspectors after customers complained that mouse droppings were baked into their pizza crust. Johnathan McNeil told local television station Fox 59 that his girlfriend noticed the issue first, after checking out their takeout pizza from the Little Caesars location at the intersection of 22nd Street and Meridian Street on their way home.

“She looked at the pizza and realized there was like doo-doo-looking stuff on the pizza,” he said. According to McNeil, they returned to the restaurant and showed the employees the issue, but they claimed to be unaware.

However, according to the Marion County Public Health Department’s website, the restaurant committed seven citations in 2017, four of which were for mice-related issues.

McNeil called the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department and, at the advising of police, the Marion County Health Department. An emergency inspection was conducted, and the Little Caesars location’s license was suspended until the issue was corrected.

“They cooperated with us, they worked with us… they cleaned everything they needed to do,” Janelle Kaufman of the Marion County Health Department told Fox 59. The pizza chain has since re-opened after receiving an “all clear.”

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According to McNeil, the discovery was first made by his girlfriend when she noticed something off about the pizza crust &mdash as in, she saw that mouse droppings had been baked into the pizza they had ordered just moments before.

"She looked at the pizza and realized there was like doo-doo looking stuff on the pizza," McNeil told local news station FOX 59.

Shocked by what they'd discovered, McNeil soon hightailed it back to the pizza shop to get some answers.

"All of them were looking at my pizza dumbfounded as if they didn't know what's going on," McNeil told the station. "I said &lsquoThat's mouse doo-doo on the bottom of my pizza.'"

Frustrated with the situation, McNeil phoned the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department who suggested he call the Marion County Health Inspector to assess the case of the mouse droppings. After the inspector arrived on the scene to complete an emergency inspection, the establishment's business license was immediately suspended.

"We did find that there were rodent droppings and violations that warranted us doing a license suspension," Janelle Kaufman, a representative with the health department told the outlet. "They cooperated with us, they worked with us&hellip they cleaned everything they needed to do."

The following day, after a second inspection by the department, Little Caesars was back and open for business. However, this wasn't the first time that the location had run into mice troubles &mdash it had been cited five times since August 2017. It was later given the all-clear in October.

While finding mouse droppings in pizza is shocking and quick to make anyone lose their appetite, McNeil says he hopes that his experience will encourage diners to check their food before munching down.

"I just want people to check their food and be very cautious about what they're eating."

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New Topping? Indiana Man Finds Mouse Droppings in Little Caesars Pizza (PHOTOS)

According to McNeil, the discovery was first made by his girlfriend when she noticed something off about the pizza crust &mdash as in, she saw that mouse droppings had been baked into the pizza they had ordered just moments before.

"She looked at the pizza and realized there was like doo-doo looking stuff on the pizza," McNeil told local news station FOX 59.

Shocked by what they'd discovered, McNeil soon hightailed it back to the pizza shop to get some answers.

"All of them were looking at my pizza dumbfounded as if they didn't know what's going on," McNeil told the station. "I said &lsquoThat's mouse doo-doo on the bottom of my pizza.'"

Frustrated with the situation, McNeil phoned the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department who suggested he call the Marion County Health Inspector to assess the case of the mouse droppings. After the inspector arrived on the scene to complete an emergency inspection, the establishment's business license was immediately suspended.

"We did find that there were rodent droppings and violations that warranted us doing a license suspension," Janelle Kaufman, a representative with the health department told the outlet. "They cooperated with us, they worked with us&hellip they cleaned everything they needed to do."

The following day, after a second inspection by the department, Little Caesars was back and open for business. However, this wasn't the first time that the location had run into mice troubles &mdash it had been cited five times since August 2017. It was later given the all-clear in October.

While finding mouse droppings in pizza is shocking and quick to make anyone lose their appetite, McNeil says he hopes that his experience will encourage diners to check their food before munching down.

"I just want people to check their food and be very cautious about what they're eating."

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New Topping? Indiana Man Finds Mouse Droppings in Little Caesars Pizza (PHOTOS)

According to McNeil, the discovery was first made by his girlfriend when she noticed something off about the pizza crust &mdash as in, she saw that mouse droppings had been baked into the pizza they had ordered just moments before.

"She looked at the pizza and realized there was like doo-doo looking stuff on the pizza," McNeil told local news station FOX 59.

Shocked by what they'd discovered, McNeil soon hightailed it back to the pizza shop to get some answers.

"All of them were looking at my pizza dumbfounded as if they didn't know what's going on," McNeil told the station. "I said &lsquoThat's mouse doo-doo on the bottom of my pizza.'"

Frustrated with the situation, McNeil phoned the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department who suggested he call the Marion County Health Inspector to assess the case of the mouse droppings. After the inspector arrived on the scene to complete an emergency inspection, the establishment's business license was immediately suspended.

"We did find that there were rodent droppings and violations that warranted us doing a license suspension," Janelle Kaufman, a representative with the health department told the outlet. "They cooperated with us, they worked with us&hellip they cleaned everything they needed to do."

The following day, after a second inspection by the department, Little Caesars was back and open for business. However, this wasn't the first time that the location had run into mice troubles &mdash it had been cited five times since August 2017. It was later given the all-clear in October.

While finding mouse droppings in pizza is shocking and quick to make anyone lose their appetite, McNeil says he hopes that his experience will encourage diners to check their food before munching down.

"I just want people to check their food and be very cautious about what they're eating."

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New Topping? Indiana Man Finds Mouse Droppings in Little Caesars Pizza (PHOTOS)

According to McNeil, the discovery was first made by his girlfriend when she noticed something off about the pizza crust &mdash as in, she saw that mouse droppings had been baked into the pizza they had ordered just moments before.

"She looked at the pizza and realized there was like doo-doo looking stuff on the pizza," McNeil told local news station FOX 59.

Shocked by what they'd discovered, McNeil soon hightailed it back to the pizza shop to get some answers.

"All of them were looking at my pizza dumbfounded as if they didn't know what's going on," McNeil told the station. "I said &lsquoThat's mouse doo-doo on the bottom of my pizza.'"

Frustrated with the situation, McNeil phoned the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department who suggested he call the Marion County Health Inspector to assess the case of the mouse droppings. After the inspector arrived on the scene to complete an emergency inspection, the establishment's business license was immediately suspended.

"We did find that there were rodent droppings and violations that warranted us doing a license suspension," Janelle Kaufman, a representative with the health department told the outlet. "They cooperated with us, they worked with us&hellip they cleaned everything they needed to do."

The following day, after a second inspection by the department, Little Caesars was back and open for business. However, this wasn't the first time that the location had run into mice troubles &mdash it had been cited five times since August 2017. It was later given the all-clear in October.

While finding mouse droppings in pizza is shocking and quick to make anyone lose their appetite, McNeil says he hopes that his experience will encourage diners to check their food before munching down.

"I just want people to check their food and be very cautious about what they're eating."

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New Topping? Indiana Man Finds Mouse Droppings in Little Caesars Pizza (PHOTOS)

According to McNeil, the discovery was first made by his girlfriend when she noticed something off about the pizza crust &mdash as in, she saw that mouse droppings had been baked into the pizza they had ordered just moments before.

"She looked at the pizza and realized there was like doo-doo looking stuff on the pizza," McNeil told local news station FOX 59.

Shocked by what they'd discovered, McNeil soon hightailed it back to the pizza shop to get some answers.

"All of them were looking at my pizza dumbfounded as if they didn't know what's going on," McNeil told the station. "I said &lsquoThat's mouse doo-doo on the bottom of my pizza.'"

Frustrated with the situation, McNeil phoned the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department who suggested he call the Marion County Health Inspector to assess the case of the mouse droppings. After the inspector arrived on the scene to complete an emergency inspection, the establishment's business license was immediately suspended.

"We did find that there were rodent droppings and violations that warranted us doing a license suspension," Janelle Kaufman, a representative with the health department told the outlet. "They cooperated with us, they worked with us&hellip they cleaned everything they needed to do."

The following day, after a second inspection by the department, Little Caesars was back and open for business. However, this wasn't the first time that the location had run into mice troubles &mdash it had been cited five times since August 2017. It was later given the all-clear in October.

While finding mouse droppings in pizza is shocking and quick to make anyone lose their appetite, McNeil says he hopes that his experience will encourage diners to check their food before munching down.

"I just want people to check their food and be very cautious about what they're eating."

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New Topping? Indiana Man Finds Mouse Droppings in Little Caesars Pizza (PHOTOS)

According to McNeil, the discovery was first made by his girlfriend when she noticed something off about the pizza crust &mdash as in, she saw that mouse droppings had been baked into the pizza they had ordered just moments before.

"She looked at the pizza and realized there was like doo-doo looking stuff on the pizza," McNeil told local news station FOX 59.

Shocked by what they'd discovered, McNeil soon hightailed it back to the pizza shop to get some answers.

"All of them were looking at my pizza dumbfounded as if they didn't know what's going on," McNeil told the station. "I said &lsquoThat's mouse doo-doo on the bottom of my pizza.'"

Frustrated with the situation, McNeil phoned the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department who suggested he call the Marion County Health Inspector to assess the case of the mouse droppings. After the inspector arrived on the scene to complete an emergency inspection, the establishment's business license was immediately suspended.

"We did find that there were rodent droppings and violations that warranted us doing a license suspension," Janelle Kaufman, a representative with the health department told the outlet. "They cooperated with us, they worked with us&hellip they cleaned everything they needed to do."

The following day, after a second inspection by the department, Little Caesars was back and open for business. However, this wasn't the first time that the location had run into mice troubles &mdash it had been cited five times since August 2017. It was later given the all-clear in October.

While finding mouse droppings in pizza is shocking and quick to make anyone lose their appetite, McNeil says he hopes that his experience will encourage diners to check their food before munching down.

"I just want people to check their food and be very cautious about what they're eating."

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New Topping? Indiana Man Finds Mouse Droppings in Little Caesars Pizza (PHOTOS)

According to McNeil, the discovery was first made by his girlfriend when she noticed something off about the pizza crust &mdash as in, she saw that mouse droppings had been baked into the pizza they had ordered just moments before.

"She looked at the pizza and realized there was like doo-doo looking stuff on the pizza," McNeil told local news station FOX 59.

Shocked by what they'd discovered, McNeil soon hightailed it back to the pizza shop to get some answers.

"All of them were looking at my pizza dumbfounded as if they didn't know what's going on," McNeil told the station. "I said &lsquoThat's mouse doo-doo on the bottom of my pizza.'"

Frustrated with the situation, McNeil phoned the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department who suggested he call the Marion County Health Inspector to assess the case of the mouse droppings. After the inspector arrived on the scene to complete an emergency inspection, the establishment's business license was immediately suspended.

"We did find that there were rodent droppings and violations that warranted us doing a license suspension," Janelle Kaufman, a representative with the health department told the outlet. "They cooperated with us, they worked with us&hellip they cleaned everything they needed to do."

The following day, after a second inspection by the department, Little Caesars was back and open for business. However, this wasn't the first time that the location had run into mice troubles &mdash it had been cited five times since August 2017. It was later given the all-clear in October.

While finding mouse droppings in pizza is shocking and quick to make anyone lose their appetite, McNeil says he hopes that his experience will encourage diners to check their food before munching down.

"I just want people to check their food and be very cautious about what they're eating."

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New Topping? Indiana Man Finds Mouse Droppings in Little Caesars Pizza (PHOTOS)

According to McNeil, the discovery was first made by his girlfriend when she noticed something off about the pizza crust &mdash as in, she saw that mouse droppings had been baked into the pizza they had ordered just moments before.

"She looked at the pizza and realized there was like doo-doo looking stuff on the pizza," McNeil told local news station FOX 59.

Shocked by what they'd discovered, McNeil soon hightailed it back to the pizza shop to get some answers.

"All of them were looking at my pizza dumbfounded as if they didn't know what's going on," McNeil told the station. "I said &lsquoThat's mouse doo-doo on the bottom of my pizza.'"

Frustrated with the situation, McNeil phoned the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department who suggested he call the Marion County Health Inspector to assess the case of the mouse droppings. After the inspector arrived on the scene to complete an emergency inspection, the establishment's business license was immediately suspended.

"We did find that there were rodent droppings and violations that warranted us doing a license suspension," Janelle Kaufman, a representative with the health department told the outlet. "They cooperated with us, they worked with us&hellip they cleaned everything they needed to do."

The following day, after a second inspection by the department, Little Caesars was back and open for business. However, this wasn't the first time that the location had run into mice troubles &mdash it had been cited five times since August 2017. It was later given the all-clear in October.

While finding mouse droppings in pizza is shocking and quick to make anyone lose their appetite, McNeil says he hopes that his experience will encourage diners to check their food before munching down.

"I just want people to check their food and be very cautious about what they're eating."

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New Topping? Indiana Man Finds Mouse Droppings in Little Caesars Pizza (PHOTOS)

According to McNeil, the discovery was first made by his girlfriend when she noticed something off about the pizza crust &mdash as in, she saw that mouse droppings had been baked into the pizza they had ordered just moments before.

"She looked at the pizza and realized there was like doo-doo looking stuff on the pizza," McNeil told local news station FOX 59.

Shocked by what they'd discovered, McNeil soon hightailed it back to the pizza shop to get some answers.

"All of them were looking at my pizza dumbfounded as if they didn't know what's going on," McNeil told the station. "I said &lsquoThat's mouse doo-doo on the bottom of my pizza.'"

Frustrated with the situation, McNeil phoned the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department who suggested he call the Marion County Health Inspector to assess the case of the mouse droppings. After the inspector arrived on the scene to complete an emergency inspection, the establishment's business license was immediately suspended.

"We did find that there were rodent droppings and violations that warranted us doing a license suspension," Janelle Kaufman, a representative with the health department told the outlet. "They cooperated with us, they worked with us&hellip they cleaned everything they needed to do."

The following day, after a second inspection by the department, Little Caesars was back and open for business. However, this wasn't the first time that the location had run into mice troubles &mdash it had been cited five times since August 2017. It was later given the all-clear in October.

While finding mouse droppings in pizza is shocking and quick to make anyone lose their appetite, McNeil says he hopes that his experience will encourage diners to check their food before munching down.

"I just want people to check their food and be very cautious about what they're eating."

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New Topping? Indiana Man Finds Mouse Droppings in Little Caesars Pizza (PHOTOS)

According to McNeil, the discovery was first made by his girlfriend when she noticed something off about the pizza crust &mdash as in, she saw that mouse droppings had been baked into the pizza they had ordered just moments before.

"She looked at the pizza and realized there was like doo-doo looking stuff on the pizza," McNeil told local news station FOX 59.

Shocked by what they'd discovered, McNeil soon hightailed it back to the pizza shop to get some answers.

"All of them were looking at my pizza dumbfounded as if they didn't know what's going on," McNeil told the station. "I said &lsquoThat's mouse doo-doo on the bottom of my pizza.'"

Frustrated with the situation, McNeil phoned the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department who suggested he call the Marion County Health Inspector to assess the case of the mouse droppings. After the inspector arrived on the scene to complete an emergency inspection, the establishment's business license was immediately suspended.

"We did find that there were rodent droppings and violations that warranted us doing a license suspension," Janelle Kaufman, a representative with the health department told the outlet. "They cooperated with us, they worked with us&hellip they cleaned everything they needed to do."

The following day, after a second inspection by the department, Little Caesars was back and open for business. However, this wasn't the first time that the location had run into mice troubles &mdash it had been cited five times since August 2017. It was later given the all-clear in October.

While finding mouse droppings in pizza is shocking and quick to make anyone lose their appetite, McNeil says he hopes that his experience will encourage diners to check their food before munching down.

"I just want people to check their food and be very cautious about what they're eating."

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