22-pound lobster freed after 20 years at New York seafood restaurant

Peter's Clam Bar in Island Park, New York, said goodbye to their friend Louie.
0:57 | 06/20/17

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June is national lobster mine which is good news for seafood lovers. Bad news for the lobster yes. Unless. You are. It 132. Year old Chris station by the name of Lillie. Louis so here's a call Long Island clam bar homes and somebody wanted to pay a thousand bucks to him. Then by the bar's owner couldn't bring himself to boil Lou it. As well you shouldn't instead he asked a local lawmaker to give Louis apartment. The deal included hand being released back into the seat head to head a citizen wears a release he was actually you know clash. Erica now our Trenton. New England ended. He is 822. Pound lobster. That legislator than most people's job. And could feed an entire fan we know. In this small new ridge is gonna blow him up. Just imagine how we taste go freely go grade aged mob show forth below a man.

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