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Sandcastle's Globe Disco health sanitary permit suspended

Posted: Aug 09, 2018 10:47 AM Updated:

There won't be dancing at The Globe tonight, after a regular Public Health Inspection prompts a closure of Sandcastle's Globe Disco in Tumon. The inspection was responding to a claim of roaches in food.

Inspectors found one dead cockroach, numerous rodent feces at the bar, and three live cockroaches of different sizes on the walls of the warehouse wash room among other citations.

Though the nightclub received 18 demerits resulting in a B rating, the imminent health hazard of an active infestation forced a shut down.

We should also mention, King's Restaurant in Harmon passed re-inspection after also being shutdown with an A rating but an active roach infestation.

 

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