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2008_12_chuck.jpg Momlogic, a TMZ-like website for Moms (literally, it's owned by the same company), took a germ expert to a few Chuck-E-Cheese restaurants around the Southland to see just what lingers amongst all that fun: Serratia Rubidaea, enterobacter sakazakii, and klebsiella pneumoniae. Not pretty stuff. Response from the chain's rep: "We clean and sanitize our games every night with an antibacterial sanitizing solution called Sterbac Blue. We try to inspect and maintain during the day as well. We have a large amount of kids who come through here, and with them, a large amount of bacteria. We try to keep up with it." Ew. [Momlogic]

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