DeKalb Burger King fails health inspection with 56 after inspectors find dead roach, outdated food – WSB Atlanta


DeKalb Burger King fails health inspection
DEKALB COUNTY, Ga — A DeKalb County Burger King failed a health inspection for things like outdated food and a dead roach.
Channel 2′s Sophia Choi visited Burger King on North Druid Hills Road this week, where they failed their most recent inspection with a score of 56.
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Although the restaurant still had its previous score of 81 up, which is a violation for not placing their current failing score for customers to see.
Harold Chambliss, a DeKalb County resident who was visiting the store, said he appreciated Channel 2′s reviews of restaurants failing health inspections.
The manager told Channel 2 Action News that fixes were made.
The restaurant received a B grade in its previous three inspections.
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