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Hungries and Maccas Innaloo food busts


Innaloo diners might want to think twice about buying a burger.

That’s because the Innaloo outlet of Hungry Jack’s has now been named and shamed alongside McDonald’s Innaloo on the Department of Health’s offenders’ register.

Both eateries are neighbours on Scarborough Beach Road and both have earned the ire of City of Stirling health inspectors.

The Innaloo HJs was convicted on June 28 and has been fined $75,000, after an inspection found the burger outlet was filthy and has unclean fixtures and fittings.

The Hungry Jack’s also breached state pest control, and other regulations.

The Hungries’ conviction follows a bust of the Innaloo McDonald’s which was fined $25,000 after being convicted on May 24 of having filthy premises and equipment, and contravening pest regulations, among other matters.

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