Once they can hold a shotgun, we’re doomed. Or the octopuses are.
One annoying thing is that the news report keeps saying it has multiple claws. No, it does not. It has two big chelipeds, the correct number, and it has a number of walking claws or pereiopods that look about right. The left cheliped is weird: I can’t tell for sure, but it either has mirror-image duplication of the propodus and dactylus, or multiple duplications of the dactylus. The latter would be interesting; that would suggest a failure of the proximal-distal patterning information in the claw.
Someone more knowledgeable in the fine-grained morphology of lobster claws ought to do a labeling of the digit identities for us.