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Guy Swaps Cooked Lobster For A Live Lobster To See How Restaurant Staff React

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Guy Swaps Cooked Lobster For A Live Lobster To See How Restaurant Staff React

A TikToker decided to swap a cooked lobster for a living one to see how restaurant staff would react after he received his supposedly cooked dish. Watch the viral video below:

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TikTok duo Coy Wickey and Brian O'Donnell were asked by a follower to: "Go to Red Lobster & order lobster.

"Then when it comes switch it with a live one."

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Well, that's exactly what they did.

(Left to Right) Brian& Coy. Credit: TikTok/@cheekyboyos
(Left to Right) Brian& Coy. Credit: TikTok/@cheekyboyos

As the waiter served them a full cooked lobster, the TikToker, incredibly, replaced it with a living, breathing one that he seemed to pull out of a bag under the table.

As shown in the clip, the member of staff does the usual thing and asks: "You guys good over here?"

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To which Coy replied: "When I ordered the lobster I didn't know it was going to be alive?"

The waiter, quite understandably, looked absolutely shell shocked and said: "Nah uh bro, for real.

"Let me see that."

Credit: TikTok/@cheekyboyos
Credit: TikTok/@cheekyboyos
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That's when the manager appeared to come to the table, where he makes the most ridiculous, yet at the same time, reasonable excuse.

"We put it on the table for the cook to make it and the server came and he just grabbed it," said the waiter, as his Pinocchio nose grew larger and larger, theoretically.

The TikTok duo then couldn't believe that the manager took their live lobster that they brought with them and then, cooked it.

"They're cooking the lobster, no way," Coy said in disbelief.

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Brian was just trying, not very well, to hold in the laughter throughout.

Credit: TikTok/@cheekyboyos
Credit: TikTok/@cheekyboyos

The viral clip was uploaded by @cheekyboyos five days ago and has since racked up 24.4 million views and 3.2 million likes.

One user joked: "Not what that lobster thought when you told it hey wanna be in a prank video."

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"The manager straight up lied," added another user.

A third user commented: "To be fair the manager said the only reasonable explanation."

"Poor lobster sacrificed himself for this video," a sympathetic user wrote.

A final user concluded: "This wasn't in the job description."

LADbible has contacted Red Lobster for comment.

Featured Image Credit: TikTok/@cheekyboyos

Topics: Viral, Food, TikTok, US

Anish Vij
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