Wendy's Catoosa, Oklahoma location's employee Sky Frame is not playing with the fast-food chain. After finding hamburger bags filled with mice and having management seemingly do nothing about it, Sky has taken the matter to Facebook and her video has since gone viral. 

"Not only does Wendy’s now have mice- we have crew members who leave cigarettes all over the place. Don’t eat at Wendy’s in Catoosa," Sky captioned the video below that sees a mouse trapped in a hamburger bag. 

 

Sky has worked at the Wendy's location for nearly two-years and according to PEOPLE, she wasn't the one to find the bag and she's heard about mice being on the property for some time. When she told her manager the day she saw it first hand, she said it took “about an hour” before the bag was retrieved and instead of putting it outside it went in the office. 

“I’m personally just not comfortable with feeding people buns that have been touched by mice,” Sky said. “My friends go there. My family goes there. I’m not comfortable serving that.” She added how she believes she should not be fired for informing people of what's really happening. "No one is doing anything about it. We are still using the buns. No one is checking the buns," she said. 

A rep for Wendy's released the following statement after the local health department visited the restaurant and found no violations.

“Our franchisee is aware of this situation and is taking this matter very seriously. They immediately launched an investigation with their pest control vendor and internal quality assurance experts to ensure immediate and appropriate action is taken. We have stringent procedures in place to ensure safe and well-maintained restaurants.”