Inspectors to visit rodent-plagued Hoyts
Sue Donnelly took a photo of a mouse on her food at Hoyts Carousel. Picture: Facebook

This could be curtains for the infamous “Hoyts Mouse” as inspectors do a final sweep at a rodent-plagued Perth cinema complex.

Hoyts has been flooded with complaints about vermin after a patron photographed a mouse eating her food and said her granddaughter had fought off two of the critters at the Carousel La Premiere cinema during Easter.

Health inspectors last week ordered private pest control contractors to go to war on the mice, and a final check of the cinema complex is due tonight or tomorrrow.

Adding to the cinema chain’s publicity nightmare, “Hoyts Mouse“ has attracted 350 followers on Twitter.

“Just found out I have to be moved out of home by 4pm today! I think I’ll just clean the place up and visit my cousins for a few days,” he posted on today.

“But I have the people on my side and I shall return! We mice are a determined lot.”

The West Australian

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