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Once the Australians were able to move in, they were robbed.
According to CNN, a fire broke out in basement garage of the Australian Villages, and when athletes were evacuated, at least one laptop and several Zika-protective team shirts were taken. Some of the villages' fire alarms were disconnected, including the Australians'.
He was eventually rescued by members of the Argentinian handball team. One reporter got his shower to work by turning on the faucet ... Though this video was taken at a hotel right near the Olympic park, the problem can be seen in the below courtesy of NPR's Bill Chappell. An Olympic athlete was robbed in the Olympic village by an Olympic village employee.
Authorities would not confirm more than that ,000 was stolen from the athlete (though it's unclear why he had that money there to begin with), the employee was arrested, and the money was returned to its rightful owner.14.
The villages went without Wi-Fi and TV for a few hours when wind cut the power.
Local villages lost power as well and the athletes were immediately told Rio officials were working on the issue, but they were not given a time frame for when the problem would be fixed.
When toilets were flushed on multiple floors at the same time July 25 to see if the building's plumbing could handle several athletes at once, "The system failed.
Water came down walls, there was a strong smell of gas in some apartments and there was 'shorting' in the electrical wiring," Chef de Mission of the Australian Olympic Committee Kitty Chiller said.
That was in addition to "blocked toilets, leaking pipes, exposed wiring, darkened stairwells where no lighting has been installed and dirty floors in need of a massive clean." 2.
Though the Jamaican Chef de Mission Vishu Tolan said, "Things will get better as we go along" and he believes the mess "today and tomorrow will be rectified," he noted three of the team's 24 rooms had water leakage.
Footage from one of the rooms shows plaster strewn everywhere and completely unfinished accommodations.