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Tuesday, 31 July 2012

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Michel "Mohawk" Morganella willl not even be allowed to play mini-soccer when he returns to Switzerland.

LONDON - A member of the Swiss soccer team, Michel "Mohawk" Morganella has been expelled from further participation in the London Olympics and sent home.

The Swiss team lost to the South Korean team 2-1 on Sunday. And on Sunday night the 23-year-old, who was acting more like a spoiled 13-year-old, sent out a tweet on Twitter.

He wrote that the South Korean's are better at soccer than they are at launching missiles.

Morganella added that most of the time when South Korea launches missiles they usually go off in the opposite direction from what they are intended.

A representative with the International Olympics Committee, McGregor P. Diddlecroft, pointed out that Morganella has his two Korea's mixed up.

He pointed out that South Korea does not fire off any missiles and that it is North Korea that is involved in the missile launching.

The Swiss player further hurt his cause when he noted that both Korea's look a like.

The IOC moved quickly to expel Morganella and make an example of him to every other Olympian that racism will not be tolerated.

SIDENOTE: Reports are that as the hard-headed Morganella was boarding a plane back to Switzerland that he made a parting statement saying that he hates rice, chopsticks, and three lettered names like Sun, Jin, and Soo.

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