Mousetraps In The 'New York Times' Cafeteria

The New York Times building has a well-documented mouse problem, and anyone who thought that the little critters would scurry away once everyone had settled into the new building were mistaken, as these photos taken over Labor Day weekend can attest. Yup, those are mousetraps in the Times cafeteria, which was closed to customers for the weekend. In the photographs it's deserted and seemingly quiet—but it was apparently open for mice. The photographic evidence follows. Times employees, you might want to double-check what's in that burger. Just saying.

Mousetraps In The 'New York Times' Cafeteria

Mousetraps In The 'New York Times' Cafeteria

Mousetraps In The 'New York Times' Cafeteria