The Olympics will have a STRICT dress code this year, so if you're heading overseas to the games, try not to break the rules!
Apparently, any article of clothing that reads Obama or Pepsi could get you turned away from the Olympic games.
Adidas and Coca-Cola have forked over a whole lot paper to sponsor the London Summer Games, so the London Organizing Committee of the Olympic Games wants all competitive attire out-of-sight and out-of-mind.
The group also put bans on oversized hats, reading material, golf umbrellas, anything bearing religious, political or offensive content, and oh yeah, you better leave your guns at home!
Last week, chairman of the committee, Lord Sebastian Coe talked it up with London's Radio 4 to accentuate on the restrictions. He said Pepsi T-shirts and political gear will "probably" get you kicked out.
We think these bans are over the top, considering that the athletes are going to be sporting many different designers and brands.
Seems as if Adidas and Coca-Cola wants absolutely no type of competition, or maybe they're just being greedy!
Do U think the committee is doing too much with dictating what the audience can wear?!?
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