Breaking Vegetarian Principle by Mischance By Teodorico R. Magda firstname.lastname@example.org A person becomes a vegetarian when he sticks to vegetables for health or religious reasons. For advocating strict vegetable diet, vegetarians eat no meat and sometimes no animal products as eggs, milk, and the like. But such strict vegetarian principle is sometimes broken by a mischance. A certain Janathan Hill, a British television newsreader and a strict vegetarian, in a report, has instinctively broken his vegetarian principles when a fluky event happened during one of his broadcasts. On live news reading for a Welsh television channel, a fly surprised him by flying straight to his mouth. Sources said that Hill wanted to spit out the fly but by some sort of instinct, he felt that it would sicken the viewers. And so…he swallowed the fly goodbye. In an interview, the dedicated vegetarian said that the fly was the first meat he had eaten in years but unfortunately, he has difficulty of recalling the taste of it.