Hey everyone, looks like we don’t have to worry anymore about the contaminated water at the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro—which are just one month away. That’s because a report just came back describing parts of the water as “super.” Yeah… the only problem is the ‘super’ part of the water is the bacteria living in it.
This according to a CNN story saying a “super bacteria” was recently found in Rio’s water. Apparently, the ‘super bacteria’ got into the system when sewage coming from local hospitals got channeled into the bay. Now it should be interesting to see how this “super bacteria” impacts the Olympics as at this point one can only imagine that outdoor swimming might have to take place somewhere else that is cleaner… like a giant Petri dish.
Hey, maybe it’s time to stop asking the IOC what needs to be done to fix these Olympics and time to go straight to FEMA. This is absolutely ridiculous. I mean are these stories being exaggerated, because if they aren’t I just can’t see these Olympics not being a disaster.