The woman whose lobster has reached internet fame after a TSA agent took a photo with it is telling the agent to "mind his own business."
"When is it okay to go through someone's checked baggage and take photographs?" Lisa Feinman wrote on the Atlantic Seafood Market's Facebook page.
Feinman, owner of the Atlantic Seafood Market in Old Saybrook, Connecticut, said she had 12 other lobsters on top of the large lobster in the TSA photo.
"I am personally offended by this because I packed this checked cooler with care and concern for the lobsters and my customers' personal property," she said.
The Atlantic Seafood Market has rave reviews and many awards, known for its fresh seafood and prepared seafood.
"Seriously, nothing better to do?” Feinman wrote on Facebook. “Do your job and leave our personal property alone.”
The TSA has the right to go through any checked or carry-on luggage and search it.
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