In June 2009, a restaurant in the Knesset, Israel's parliament was closed after the discovery of a dead cockroach in a bowl, reports the daily Yediot Aharonot.
The insect was served boiled in a meat dish, much to the amazement of Deputies consumers. In addition to the presence of a cockroach is a serious breach of the rules of basic hygiene, its consumption is strictly forbidden by the Jewish religion.
The blues as any other beetle is not Kosher.
Alerted by the ultra-Orthodox members, the clerk of the rabbinate in the House has removed at once the certificate of kashrut (kosher nature of food) restaurant that was closed while waiting to use new products that comply with the Jewish tradition.