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Was he really still alive? There was until earlier this year, one humane way of killing a lobster, which was to put them into a fridge and reduce the temperature slowly until they were effectively in a coma, and then to cut lengthways through the head and the 2 other nervous nodal joints (which were probably VERY nervous). Now, there is a "zapper", into which your lobster can be placed and then "electricity will be passed through your body until you are dead. God have mercy on your sole. Soul!" Sorry The RSPCA condone the use of said "zapper" (more commonly known as "Frank").BTW - the lobster in the first photo is already cooked. It is orange, whereas a live 'un is bluey-purple.
I like the lobster episode from the Simpsons. He gives the pet lobster a bath in hot water and then realises what he has done. He eats the lobster saying "I wish pinchy was here, lobster is so delicious....boohoo poor pinchy!"
Hey are we talking The Simpsons..with Homer... or Family Guy with Stewy...
Probably because poor Larry is a shellfish, and shellfish go bad really quickly once dead (and shellfish food poisoning is unpleasant).