US news anchor swallows a fly during live show

13:48, May 20, 2010      

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On May 19, U.S. news anchor Mark Porter was being harassed by a fly during his coverage of the oil spill off the Gulf of Mexico for NBC’s “Today Show” of NBC. After attempting to get rid of the fly, Porter opened his mouth and swallowed it. Afterward, he joked with his colleagues, saying it was a “dietary supplement.”


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