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Buy Photo Mysti Lee, 21, of Chicago, painted red and wearing lobster claws, protests the Maine Lobster Festival for PETA on Wednesday on a cardboard plate on the sidewalk at the corner of Main and Park streets in Rockland Buy Photo ROCKLAND, Maine — A woman wearing lobster claws, a bikini bottom, pasties, red body paint and nothing else attracted attention Wednesday afternoon in downtown Rockland during a protest launched by People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals.
The protest action against the annual Maine Lobster Festival event urged festival attendees not to eat the crustacean, which takes top billing during the popular summer festival.
“We’re asking Maine Lobster Fest attendees to consider what they’re eating this weekend — the corpse of an animal that did not want to die,” Katerina Davidovich, a campaigner with PETA, said.
“They suffer immensely when they’re boiled to death.
BANGOR, Maine — Richard Jeskey, 53, was found naked and bloody in his bathtub, having been beaten and strangled by his wife in a fit of jealousy, according to Bangor police. Jeskey, 48, was charged Wednesday with intentional or knowing murder.
She is scheduled to make her first court appearance Friday morning.
“Roxanne explained that she had told Richard, in essence, ‘now he knew how she felt.’” Roxanne Jeskey told police that when she left the bathroom, Richard Jeskey was in the tub, but she said that he fell down several time while inside the bathroom and struck his head at least seven different times from falling.
And although the Chicago woman’s efforts drew attention from the crowds of tourists, families, sailors and Marines, she didn’t seem to be deterring anyone from enjoying their lobster.
“I just enjoyed a delicious lobster club sandwich,” Jane Nussbaum of Allentown, Pennsylvania, said.
They suffer pain and fear, just like us.” She spoke while PETA intern Mysti Lee, 21, of Chicago lay on a cardboard platter next to a giant plastic sprig of parsley and a bowl of vegan butter.
Lee was strategically placed in the pocket park at the corner of Park and Main streets, close to the outside seating for the Brass Compass Cafe, which is known for its lobster dishes.