It wont be cat-and-mouse, but with Salling Group of Islets at Aarhus, it was a rat, recently put the teeth in mice.
the Mice were penetrated through a hole to supermarkedsgigantens konserveslager, which skadedyrsbekæmperen Mortalin mined the building with traps.
the Traps clapped quickly on the four little mice, but according to Fødevarekontrollen failed Salling Group to close musehullet properly. It took a penalty – a so-called warning notice.
Then subsequently penetrated the hungry rat in through the musehullet to a ædegilde. Here it was a narrow case to eat of two of the mice, which had been in the traps.
It is unknown where the rat is. Had one of Mortalins rottehunde put the teeth in it, it has been announced.
the Extra Leaf has asked the Salling Group, why not closed musehullet properly and thereby excluded the rat.
But the Salling Group do not match.
instead, write the Salling Group terminalchef in the Islets, Claus Willesen:
’In connection with a minor upgrade of the warehouse we discovered even the pest and contacted the Fda with the same. It is of course regrettable that a pest is penetrated in a small area of the building, where we handle canned, but luckily we got within a few hours one handle on the situation.’
Read the inspection report here.