Athletes have been robbed at gunpoint and even allegedly kidnapped by gangs of rogue cops on the streets of Rio.
Meanwhile the Olympians’ “Disneyland for Athletes” accommodation has been rendered virtually uninhabitable by a putrid open sewer gushing through the village.
Swimmers and sailors have been warned not to open their mouths when competing in case they pick up infections from waters poisoned by human excrement.
Team GB has been forced to employ its own Rio plumber after discovering blocked toilets and leaking sewage pipes at their digs.
Roads are clogged with traffic while a new Metro line is due to be completed just four days before the £10billion Games begin, allowing no time for vital testing.
Visitor numbers are set to be hugely down on previous Games with more than a million tickets still unsold.
Security has been massively ramped up following a string of incidents. In all 47,000 cops, 38,000 soldiers and 3,000 sailors are on duty — making Brazil the most militarised Games on record.
Fisherman saw kids pull corpse out of bayA hulking battleship patrols the warm waters off Copacabana Beach where bikini-clad volleyballers play.
New Zealand jiu-jitsu athlete Jason Lee, 27, who is not competing in the Games, alleges two highway patrol cops in full military police uniform forced him at gunpoint to withdraw £465 from two cash machines.
According to reports, two officers have been arrested.
Gun-toting thugs also robbed Australian Paralympic sailor Liesl Tesch and team official Sarah Ross of their bikes while they were cycling in a Rio park last month.