SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — A Mexican food restaurant has been shut down in South Sacramento after dozens of cockroaches were found, including one in a man’s burrito.

The Sacramento County health department found the insects and a rodent Tuesday following a complaint from a man who said he found a cockroach in his burrito.

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Sean Young shared a video on social media after he says he found a dead cockroach inside his second burrito at Carolina’s Mexican Food.

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The inspection on Tuesday afternoon found 30 to 40 mouse droppings on the floor, as well as 20 to 30 more on shelves below the front counter.

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Additionally nearly 60 live cockroaches were found in the building, including 20 to 30 of them on the floor and wall at the rear cook’s line.

A live mouse was found inside the walk-in cooler, but it was not eliminated.

Additionally mouse droppings were found on sealed bags of raw pork and a box of bell peppers. The peppers were thrown out.

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The restaurant had household Raid inside the restaurant, which is not allowed as “Only pesticides that are necessary and specifically approved for use in a food facility may be used,” according to the report.