The Disney-themed café inside the world's biggest Primark was temporarily closed after a 'mouse sighting' - and it wasn't Mickey.
Famed for its mouse-shaped pancakes, diners had the shock of a lifetime when they reportedly spotted a real-life rodent in the megastore's popular eatery.
The two customers allegedly filmed the mouse as it scuttled across the café floor on Wednesday, June 26, a source claimed.
The horrified shoppers complained and Primark bosses shut the café down before raising the alarm with pest control.
A deep clean was carried out by staff and pest control arrived to hunt for the mouse, Birmingham City Council has confirmed.
A full inspection was undertaken by environmental health officers on Thursday.
Primark has since confirmed there had been reports of a mouse sighting and that they have stepped up their pest control measures.
No evidence of the mouse was discovered and the café is now back up and running.
A Primark spokesman said:
The Primark Café with Disney is hugely popular with our customers and food safety is of paramount importance.
Nick Lowe, food safety operations manager at Birmingham City Council added:
A full inspection was immediately undertaken by environmental health officers.