Rats temporarily close West Palm Beach Golf Course; roaches temporarily close Tobu Oriental Eatery

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. - The state temporarily closed the West Palm Beach Golf Course (7001 Parker Avenue) for rats. It took only four fresh droppings to close the doors, but the snack shack was warned back in March about the pests.

During that March visit, an inspector found 3 fresh droppings and more than 50 old ones. The doors stayed open after that March inspection. This time, the restaurant was not as lucky.

"We had a very old door and it was a metal door and there was a hole right there," the manager told us.

No more snacking for those rats. The West Palm Beach Golf Course added a new door to keep the rats out.

Lolanda Masten spotted our Dirty Dining team at the Palm Beach Outlets (1741 Palm Beach Lakes Blvd) food court.

"They had roaches. Are you serious?" Masten asked.

Live roaches were found at Tobu Oriental Eatery. The manager killed some when the inspector pointed them out.

Workers said pest control comes twice a week, and they're cleaning to make sure the roaches stay out.

"Thank you so very much because sometimes you don't know what you are eating. You can't see a roach," Tobu's manager said.

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