Video: When a reporter from Israel volunteered to test a stab-proof vest, he probably didn't expect to actually get stabbed. Sadly, for him especially, he did. It doesn't, however, speak badly of the vest itself. Yaniv Montakyo, a vice-president of FMS Enterprises that makes the vest, managed to wield his knife on an area of the Eitam Lachover's body which wasn't actually protected by the vest. Oops.
Lachover wasn't badly hurt — he received stitches for the wound and has since been discharged from hospital.