Olympic Diving Pool- Still Green- Smells Like Farts

A picture taken on August 10, 2016 at the Maria Lenk Aquatics Stadium in Rio de Janeiro shows the Water Polo (L) pool and the diving pool of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games. Red-faced Rio Olympics organisers anxiously waited for the diving water to turn back from a nervy green to classic blue as a lack of chemicals was revealed as the cause of the colour changes. Heavy rain slowed the flow of new chemicals added to the water which was also green in the pool used for the synchronised swimming and water-polo. / AFP / CHRISTOPHE SIMON (Photo credit should read CHRISTOPHE SIMON/AFP/Getty Images)

The Rio Olympics’ diving pool has an odiferous problem, and unlike enterprising breakers of wind everywhere, they can’t blame it on the dog. The pool, which, mind you, remains an unsettling shade of green, reportedly smells like someone had an extra helping of beans. Australian journalist Tom Steinfort posted on Twitter Friday that the green diving…

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