"I let him live".
While it might have been a simple step to grab the escapee and drop it, body and all, back in the pot, the diner, known only as Jiuke, chose to turn it into an instant pet and ended up taking it home for a long and happy life in an aquarium.
The clip was posted on Sina Weibo, Chinese language social media, by a person known as Jiuke, who later stated that he had adopted the crayfish.
"I already took him home and am raising him in an aquarium", said Jiuke after Weibo users urged him to let go of the animal that made a spectacular break for freedom.
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While some users were concerned the crayfish would have to live without one claw, marine experts say they are able to grow limbs back.
China is in the grip of high demand for crayfish, with specialist restaurants proliferating across the country.
China is reported to be the world's largest source of crayfish, following a surge in popularity as a delicacy in recent years.
The crayfish industry in the nation holds a multi-billion dollar value and production of the farmed seafood tripled between 2007 and 2016 to take the total tons produced to 850,000.