A shocking statistic from the Rio Olympics indicates that the Olympic Village in Rio is currently housing more drug addicts than a neighbouring favela.
The favela, which has one of the densest populations of drug addicts in the world, has been one of Rio’s most notorious drug hotspots since it’s development in the late 1970s but now plays second fiddle to the newly built Olympic Village.
Wunderground spoke to favela resident Antonio Sanchez, “I’ve been inside the Olympic Village and it’s definitely not a pretty sight. There are drug addicts everywhere and they’re not taking any of the good fun drugs, they’re taking all sorts of crazy weird shit in there.”
“I definitely wouldn’t let my children hang around in a place like that,” continued the twenty six year old. “The favela is much safer. Having seen what goes on in there I definitely won’t be encouraging my kids to get into any Olympic sports, or faggy sports as they’re known here in Brazil, except for maybe football for the boys or beach volleyball for the girls.”
According to American swimmer Michael Phelps, the Olympic village at this year’s games is far superior to previous years.
“I’ve been to Olympic villages in Athens, Beijing and London and it’s safe to say that the one here in Rio is by far the best,” claimed Phelps. “Everybody is totally caining the drugs, performances are being enhanced all over the place, it’s pretty much a steroid dealers dream, a bit like Ocean Beach in Ibiza.”