Rut-roh! Fans of the hurdler express their concern … and agreement.
@JaiRich haha YIKES.
— Lynn UOTFGirl Cox (@UOTrackFangirl) July 29, 2012
@JaiRich Bless your heart! You and your stomach. Say hello to my cousin Chris Brown if you c him. He's there representing the Bahamas!
— Angela L Collins (@AngelaLCollins1) July 29, 2012
But, wait: A conflicting report.
Meals are always better with @AndrewWheating around! Olympic Village cafeteria. The food is great!! #London2012 pic.twitter.com/oQVlrSRe
— Nick Symmonds (@NickSymmonds) July 26, 2012
The controversy continues:
@carltonreid Crikey. There is other food options there I hope Carlton. I am at Olympic Park tomorrow for Hockey
— RD (@SenorRajD) July 29, 2012
Will the gastrointestinal-distressing food play a factor in races?
@SOFIofficial Fast food never did Usain Bolt any harm. Ate 2 portions of chicken nuggets before breaking Olympic record http://t.co/lcPKg9tK
— TheInsanityInc (@TheInsanityInc) July 29, 2012
Chicken nuggets for the win!
This guy seems to have the cure: Add booze to the mix and the food isn’t so bad.
windsor castle, sunshine, booze and food, olympic village & now chilling out #lovelyweekend
— Michelle Gibbs (@MichelleGibbs85) July 29, 2012
And some final words of advice from Olympics attendees.
2 hour wait at mcdonalds in the olympic park. Fast food indeed
— Matt Davies (@ATravellingEng) July 29, 2012
If you're heading to an Olympic event, do yourself a favour and take your own food. The queues are crazy. #London2012
— Ben Brown (@MrBenBrown) July 29, 2012
And Tums-inducing, evidently.
Lots of empty seats here, like there was at swimming last night. I blame the food. @TB_Times #LondonOlympics
— Gary Shelton (@Gary_Shelton) July 29, 2012
A-ha! So, that explains the empty seats!
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