TSA seems to be adding more rules daily but it’s far to say we all know live animals are a no go. An unnamed passenger at Boston’s Logan International Airport missed the memo and tried to bring a 20-pound lobster on his flight.
TSA spotted the animal, which was still alive, and prevented the lobster from boarding. It’s unclear what happened to the traveler, but officials say the crustacean “cooperated quite nicely.”
For the record, you can take a lobster on your flight, but there are rules. In order to bring a live lobster aboard, it must be transported in a "clear, plastic, spill-proof container." Now we know.
Source: Associate Press