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Wed Apr 23 19:33:30 SAST 2014

Twitter users flock to follow sad empty Olympic seat

Reuters | 01 August, 2012 08:280 Comments
Officials watch the women's football first round Group G match between the US and North Korea at Old Trafford in Manchester during the London 2012 Olympic Games July 31, 2012
Image by: Andrea Comas / REUTERS

The sad and lonely thoughts of an empty Olympic seat have captured the imagination of Twitter users, who have flocked in their thousands to follow the laments of the unoccupied chair.

Almost 17 000 social networkers are now keeping up to date with @OlympicSeat, who offers musings such as “Where did it all go wrong? They say it’s the organisers fault, but I blame myself”.

As London Games organisers try to explain the embarrassing empty spaces in Olympic venues, @OlympicSeat has a more personal take on the issue.

“My mother wanted me to embark on a more stable career path, become an Ikea chair for example. But I felt I was destined for greater things,” it moaned.

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