GRAPHIC VIDEO: Hawaii burger place closes after video appears to uncover rodent cooking

A burger corner in Honolulu has been forced to tighten a doors temporarily after dual employees posted a video apparently showing them cooking a rodent on a grill.

Teddy’s Bigger Burgers, a Hawaii-based burger chain, announced that one of their locations was sealed and a dual employees were dismissed after a video flush on amicable media.

“We are frightened that a former teenage worker would control themselves in that approach and make such a video of that we are questioning a authenticity,” pronounced Richard Stula, a boss of Teddy’s Bigger Burgers.

“We are frightened that a former teenage worker would control themselves in that approach and make such a video of that we are questioning a authenticity.”

— Richard Stula, a boss of Teddy’s Bigger Burgers.

The brief shave posted on Snapchat shows dual staff members joking as they film in what appears to be a rodent being baked on a grill. It stays misleading when a video was taken.

The association is consulting with a lawyers about a intensity authorised movement opposite a employees who filmed a video, Stula said. “We are frightened a former worker would emanate something like this perplexing to destroy a repute but courtesy for a 20-plus years of peculiarity and aloha.”

“We are frightened a former worker would emanate something like this perplexing to destroy a repute but courtesy for a 20-plus years of peculiarity and aloha.”

— Richard Stula, a boss of Teddy’s Bigger Burgers.

A “complete sanitization” of a plcae has been instituted and all apparatus and utensils during a grill will be replaced, a association said.

“We will afterwards send a corporate group in to check and finish a consummate review of a plcae before it is authorised to re-open,” a company’s boss pronounced in a statement.

The state Department of Health is also scheduled to check a grill on Friday.

Peter Oshiro, a state’s environmental health module manager, pronounced a burger corner is contacting a protected harassment control user to inspect a grill for rodents.

“DOH appreciates a calming and active efforts undertaken by a grill owners to strengthen open health,” Oshiro pronounced in a statement.

Last year, a grill perceived a flitting poster after an inspection.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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