PRO SPORTS STADIUMS DEALING WITH HEALTH CODE VIOLATIONS

Going to a live sporting event is a great way to spend the day -- but there is some risk. You have to be careful driving in the parking lot. You might encounter some rowdy fans. And, there’s a chance you might get sick in the stadium or arena because of health code violations.

ESPN did some research and discovered a bunch of food safety violations at professional sports stadiums and arenas across the country.

Here are some highlights:

  • “bad food prep” and “beer leaking” at Spectrum Center in Charlotte
  • “moldy strawberries” and “insects” at American Airlines Center in Dallas
  • “moldy cream cheese” and “bad hygiene” at Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte
  • “mold in ice machine” at Pepsi Center in Denver

And, maybe the worst…

  • “mouse feces” and “live cockroaches” at Coors Field in Denver. (ESPN)     Kevin in the Morning!
Mornings with Kevin O'Neill

Mornings with Kevin O'Neill

Want to know more about Mornings with Kevin O'Neill? Get their official bio, social pages & articles on KOOL 104.5! Read more

title

Content Goes Here