An Olympic bottle thrower found out that Olympic competitors stick together even if one of them is in the stands and another is on the track waiting to compete.
And he also learned that being drunk was no excuse for exhibiting such classless behavior at the Olympics being held in London, and that it would result in his immediate removal from the scene.
But before the unknown man was taken by force from the stands, he first encountered the ire of Judo medalist Edith Bosch, who brought her forceful backhanded slap to bear on the drunken spectator police continue to refuse to name on Monday, August 6.
The female Netherlands Olympic contender might have only placed third in the 70kg Judo event this week, but she placed first when it came to taking charge after the drunken man threw a bottle onto the track of the men's 100-meter final race before it started.
And Sebastian Coe, who MSNBC reported had organized the Olympic games this year, said Bosch had earned herself the highest score a fighter can earn in Judo by taking on the drunken bottle thrower.
Now if Bosch can just take on the U.S. government about their desire to tax its Olympics medal winners then the fighting female could land a role in the next Clint Eastwood movie. Eastwood is sickened about Obama's medal-taxing talk as much as Bosch was about the drunken bottle thrower.