An inspector to a restaurant made a shocking discovery.
The kitchen was infested with snakes.
It's disgusting, but not exactly a surprise to find restaurants infested with bugs, cockroaches, mice and rats. They usually infest the kitchen or dining room walls.
An animal definitely not expected to see at a restaurant is a snake.
However, that's what Ben Vaughn saw in the Pig-N-Whistle restaurant in Millington, Tennessee. Vaughn, a restaurant consultant, was recording for the Food Network show "Health Inspectors," when he saw
garden snakes in the corner of the restaurant.
The snakes were not very new residents, either: A shed skin sat right next to the snake, showing that the animal had been hanging out there long enough to shed skin.
In the TV program, which has not been shown yet, Vaughn tries to help exterminate the restaurant of its plagues to be able to pass the next health inspection.