Md. seafood restaurant responds to PETA with billboard

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(PHOTO: Jimmy's Famous Seafood Restaurant)

BALTIMORE, Md. – A billboard PETA put up in Baltimore, Maryland last month has caused a stir among local restaurants.

Their billboard, which displays a picture of a crab with the phrase, “I’m ME, Not MEAT,” encourages Marylanders to “see the individual” in crabs and go vegan.

One local restaurant, Jimmy’s Famous Seafood Restaurant, responded with a billboard of their own.

Jimmy’s has been in a Twitter feud with PETA since the day after PETA posted their billboard.

The restaurant went even further online to criticize what they believe are some of PETA’s practices.

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