Mr. Moe's Puts You In The Lobster Zone, Lobsters Beware

Maine Lobsters beware, Groveside hotspot Mr. Moe's is taking it to the tank with its new Lobster Zone claw machine. According to the Coconut Grove Grapevine the machine is a hit and has given away over 30 lobsters in the past 3 weeks. We're not sure exactly how it works, but it appears to be a live critter twist on the ever popular otherwise-worthless-crap-grab known as "The Claw Machine." For $2 bucks a try, participants hunt down a captive sea-roach with a joystick-operated jaws-of-death. If they catch one, the kitchen staff tosses it live in a boiling pot, which explains why the lobster pictured above was quoted making such a vulgar statement. What a sicko.

Now, enjoy this AMAZING video of a little kid teaching the old claw a lesson.

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