Stephen Kruiser has the story: Oh, Rio: Body Parts Wash Up at Olympic Volleyball Venue – a mutilated corpse.
This, in addition to the Australian Paralympian team getting mugged at gunpoint, the shootouts over the drug lord who escaped from the hospital in a helicopter (that the police couldn’t chase since they don’t have a working helicopter) and who is still at large, the dead jaguar, and the Zika. So far, only 70% of the tickets have been sold.
No wonder the cops and the firemen are holding up “Welcome to hell” banners at the airport.
As Stephen said,
Although it’s become a minor hobby of mine chronicling all that could go or is going wrong with the 2016 Rio Summer Olympics, I have to admit that I wasn’t expecting a “dismembered corpse/beach volleyball” story. Who’s in charge of the Rio organizing committee, Stephen King?
By the way, the hospital in the drug lord incident is one of the hospitals recommended for tourists attending the Olympics.
So, yes, Stephen has a good question.
Jim Hoft posts, Rowers, Swimmers at Rio Olympics Will Compete in Raw Sewage from Toilets – 1.7 Million Times Above Hazardous Levels; as it turns out, the Brazilian government does not test for viruses.