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Live roach found in crepe filling at North Carolina Denny's, inspection report shows

The restaurant received a "B" grade of 82.5.

CHARLOTTE, N.C. — A live roach was found in vanilla crepe filling at a Denny's on Sunset Road in north Charlotte, according to an inspection report.

On the report dated Sept. 21, 2022, the restaurant received a "B" grade of 82.5 after several violations we observed, including management not monitoring date marking or insect control in the facility and no certified food protection staff being on-site during the inspection.

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The restaurant is able to request a re-inspection, which will happen within 15 days after the request is made, according to the report.

WCNC Charlotte has reached out to Denny's for comment on this incident. 

See the full health inspection report here.

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