By CBS3 Staff

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – A Popeyes in South Philadelphia was reinspected Friday following a report done by CBS3. Our cameras recorded mice running around the fast-food restaurant on South Broad and Snyder Streets on Thursday.

Reinspection Of South Philly Popeyes Finds Live Roaches, Mouse Droppings, Health Department Says

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Following our report, the health department returned and inspected the restaurant on Friday morning.

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The inspection found “visible physical evidence of rodent and insect activity.”

That includes mouse droppings and live roaches.

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The report states the restaurant must take corrective action to eliminate the violations. As of now, the restaurant remains opens.