By Steve Neavling
A Georgia man is irate after discovering that his 20-pound lobster was photographed by TSA agents and went viral on the agency’s Twitter account.
“They are dumb,” Christopher Stracuzza told the New York Times  of the TSA. “They are like the dumbest people in the world.”
While on a trip to a market in Connecticut, Stracuzza bought 12 standard lobsters and the gigantic one.
The 32-year-old auto-body repairman spent $700 on the lobsters, which he planned for a cookout at his home in Savannah, Ga.
Stracuzza checked a cooler with the lobsters with his luggage at a Boston airport. When he arrived home, he noticed the cooler had been tampered with.
Then a friend told him his giant lobster was posted by a TSA agent and another official on the agency’s official Twitter account.
“We share images through social media to provide helpful travel tips and to better inform the traveling public about T.S.A.’s mission,” an agency spokesperson told the New York Times.
— Michael McCarthy (@TSAmedia_MikeM) June 26, 2017