REPORT: Buckingham Palace calls pest control after Queen ‘horrified’ by rodents in royal kitchen
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Buckingham Palace called pest control after rats and mice were spotted in the royal kitchen, much to the displeasure of Queen Elizabeth II.
“Rats have been spotted around the outside of the kitchen areas which clearly isn’t ideal,” a source told The Sun on Saturday. “Staff, particularly kitchen workers, were given elementary training in how to stop them spreading.”
The article goes on to state the following:
The queen was reportedly “horrified” that rodents were infesting the palace.
“Obviously hygiene is a priority, as are simple things like shutting cupboard doors and sweeping away any crumbs or bits of food,” the source said about fixing the problem.
Regardless, they also added, “There isn’t a huge amount that can be done.”
A British Pest Control Association spokesperson said that rodents have become more immune to the poison used to get rid of them.
Buckingham Palace calls pest control as Queen ‘horrified’ by a plague of rats https://t.co/EBYyzk1dAn
— The Sun (@TheSun) June 22, 2019
Buckingham Palace calls pest control after Queen “horrified” by rodents in royal kitchen https://t.co/lcYVnQBo6y
— Washington Examiner (@dcexaminer) June 23, 2019
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