11k bill for the dead rat bakery

A businessman who allowed his award-winning hipster bakery to become infested with rats has been hit with a £11,400 court bill. Hammersmith and Fulham inspectors found a dead rat, gnawed bags of flour and rodent droppings when they inspected the Slow Bread Company’s kitchens under railway arches in Stamford Brook. The firm supplied west London shops, cafes and restaurants with a range of specialty breads, buns and pasties. The bakery, set up by Nicholas May, 54, and his wife in…

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