That’s wild — but that’s not a wing!
A Houston woman says her Los Angeles vacation got off to a sickening start when a live rat fell from the ceiling onto her table at a Buffalo Wild Wings in the city’s Westchester section.
Alisha Kent Norman posted photos of her nauseating Thursday encounter on Facebook, detailing how her plans to watch the US women’s national soccer team take on Sweden were derailed by the revolting rodent.
“So what do you do when a rat falls from the ceiling onto your table?” Norman wrote. “Really LA? I was just trying to watch the soccer game.”
Click Here: online rugby store malaysia
The experience was “not a great welcome” to Los Angeles, although she was spared from paying for her lunch, Norman said.
The teacher at Summer Creek High School in Harris County, Texas, posted several photos of the rat, including one of it directly atop a menu, just inches away from a glass of water. She also shared a photo of herself standing in front of the restaurant’s most recent inspection grade: an A.
Norman, who did not immediately return a message seeking comment Friday, said a manager blamed recent construction at the restaurant for the rat’s unexpected visit. The rodent fell before Norman even ordered — and made a dramatic entrance with a thud, she told NBC New York.
“I knew the rat was going to be injured because it hit like a Mack truck,” she told the station. “You could hear something come down.”
A manager quickly scooped up the rat with two plates and dumped it into a bag, Norman said.
“It was terrible,” she said. “It was disgusting.”
In a statement to The Post, reps for Buffalo Wild Wings characterized the “isolated incident” as unfortunate.
“The center where the restaurant is located is undergoing significant construction and we are confident it was directly related,” the statement read. “We hold Buffalo Wild Wings to the highest operating standards and promptly closed the restaurant for proper remediation, cleaning and sanitization. We look forward to reopening soon to once again serve our guests in the Westchester area.”