Officials with the Australian Olympic Committee deemed the Olympic Village in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, "unlivable" after visiting over the weekend, according to The Sydney Morning Herald.
Officials cited significant plumbing and electrical concerns.
A spokeswoman for the Australian Olympic Committee said there were issues with "blocked toilets, leaking pipes, exposed wiring, darkened stairwells where no lighting has been installed and dirty floors in need of a massive clean."
The committee also decided to do a "stress test" to see if the Olympic Village could still function with all of the athletes moved in.
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During the "stress test" officials turned the water on and flushed toilets on multiple floors simultaneously.
"The system failed," the spokeswoman told The Sydney Morning Herald. "Water came down walls, there was a strong smell of gas in some apartments and there was 'shorting' in the electrical wiring."
Officials said the Australian Olympic team was scheduled to move in, but hasn't due to safety concerns.
Rio's mayor reportedly responded to the criticism, offering to put a Kangaroo in the village to make them feel at home.
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