Man Denies Stealing A Lobster From Restaurant

April 7, 2014

Appearing in Magistrates Court this morning [Apr 7], a 40-year-old man denied trespassing in a restaurant and stealing a lobster.

Jevon Bean pleaded not guilty to trespassing in L’Oriental on 17th March 2014 and stealing a lobster said to be worth $30. Magistrate Khamisi Tokunbo granted Mr. Bean $1,000 bail and set trial for mid-July.

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  1. RME says:

    Hold up. He allegedly stole a lobster worth $30. Don’t they sell HALF a lobster for that price??

    Doesn’t justify the alleged crime, but sheeshums…

    • A restaurant is not a charity says:

      So do you expect them to sell it for what they pay for it?
      They are in business to make money. It has to be cooked,
      Brought to you on a plate dishes washed and provide vegetables etc.

  2. Lobster Liberation Movement. says:

    Mr. Bean is a political detainee and I hope his cousin the lawyer stands up for what is right.

  3. Shay says:

    Lol jus about to say that

  4. somuchless says:

    Last weekend he coulda got some chicken.

  5. Terry says:

    Wonder if the evidence will appear in court.
    Food for thought………bwahaaaaaa

  6. Next says:

    You’re in hot water now. I wonder if he tried to butter up the judge.

  7. Ringmaster says:

    Maybe the lobster said Tho me the door and walked out?

  8. Yuk a ugly roachy looking thing to steal and eat.

  9. Coffee says:

    Most men are interested only in the tail .