It might be best to avoid the pool after swimmer Ryan Lochte has been paddling around in it. The American Olympic swimmer, who has won five medals at the London Games, has admitted to urinating in the pool.
"Not during the the Olympic races," the swimmer told U.S. broadcaster Ryan Seacrest. "But I sure did in warmups."
Everyone said he was a whiz in the water.
Asked by Seacrest, during a live radio broadcast, if he ever "went" in the pool, the glib Lochte laughed, "Of course, we all do."
Why does the 27-year old Lochte do it?
"I think there's just something about getting into the chlorine that you just automatically go."
I don't think we're going to be seeing to many swimmers take their pre-game sips from the water anymore— especially when they see Lochte aimlessly floating around the pool with a relieved grin on his face.
It's unclear what made Lochte admit in public to taking a leak while wearing his Speedos but— after his mother told the world her son is a wham-bam-thank-you-ma'am type of guy— all I have to say is TMI from this family.