Morrissey might be known for being a bit of a diva, but he has just taken things one step too far by cancelling an Iceland gig because the venue refused to ban meat.
The vegetarian singer, 55, was due to perform in Reykjavik but pulled out after his demands went unfulfilled.
“I love Iceland and have waited a long time to return,” Morrissey wrote on his True to You fan website. “But I shall leave the Harpa Concert Hall to their cannibalistic flesh-eating bloodlust.”
This is not the first time that the former Smiths frontman has forced his meat-free lifestyle on venues, after a dispute with the Staples Center in Los Angeles in 2013 saw him order that any food offered to fans should be “100 per cent vegetarian with all McDonalds vendors closed down”.
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Peta campaigns in pictures
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Anti-fur protestors from Peta are seen on the runway at the Julien MacDonald fashion show as part of London Fashion Week in September 2006
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The poster from the animal rights group PETA
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Animals on the mind: Staunch PETA supporter Morrissey casually poses with a cat on his head for one particularly literal campaign
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Helen Flanagan poses beside a poster featuring her wearing reptile skin, to promote a PETA campaign, in Covent Garden
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Skin trade: PETA protests against Canadian seal hunting
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A member of the 'Taiji Dolphin Action Group' curls up on a sheet depicting the Japanese flag, during a protest against the killing of dolphins
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Supporters of People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) gather to lie in a heap in Trafalgar Square to raise awareness on World Vegan Day
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Ingrid Newkirk outside Fortnum & Mason with a bloodied mouth and feeding tube
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A member of the association 'People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals' (Peta) demonstrates to denounce the way birds' livers are fatten during the foie gras production
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Peta's leader protesting against fur in Paris in 2006
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Protesting against Canadian seal hunting
Last year, Morrissey quit a Poland gig halfway through after heckling from a fan while a Germany show came to a premature end after a stage invasion.
It remains to be seen whether Morrissey will ditch his UK fans in favour of his rigid moral code when he plays six dates next month, beginning in Nottingham on 13 March and ending in Birmingham.
The Harpa Concert Hall is yet to respond to our request for comment.