PALM BEACH COUNTY, Fla.-- In this week's Dirty Dining, a West Palm Beach restaurant was temporarily shut down following an inspection.
Health inspectors said they closed the "Hooters" on Palm Beach Lakes Boulevard because of rodent activity.
Inspectors also said they found insects in the kitchen and more than 100 rodent droppings in the back of the kitchen and dry storage area.
Gnaw marks were also discovered on boxes, they said.
The restaurant corrected the issues and reopened the next day after a report said they met inspection standards.