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Hopefully the athletes on Norway’s Olympic team are very hungry during their stay in PyeongChang, South Korea.
On Friday, a hilarious report surfaced after the Norwegian team chefs accidentally ordered 15,000 eggs due to a translation error.
The team meant to order 1,500 for the country’s 109 athletes, but instead an entire truckload was delivered. They eventually returned 13,500 of the eggs.
Norwegian newspaper Trønder-Avisa shared a photo of a small portion of the delivery.
OL-leiren bestilte 1500 egg gjennom å oversette via Google Translate. Men det slo feil. 15.000 ble levert på døra. Vi ønsker lykke til og håper at de norske gullhåpene er glade – veldig glade – i egg: 😁 pic.twitter.com/qaWVpq1Xgy
— Trønder-Avisa (@tronderavisa) February 3, 2018
“When the truck showed up, they started to carry in the eggs. After a while, they [the chefs] thought it lasted so long, it never stopped,” Halvor Lea, spokesman for the Norwegian Olympic Committee, said,via CNN.com.
“They said themselves that it was a Google translate slip. I don’t know.”