Norwegian Olympic team accidentally orders 15000 eggs

Norwegian Olympic team gets 15,000 eggs delivered after badly translated order

Norwegian Olympic team gets 15,000 eggs delivered after badly translated order

Surely, keeping your country's Winter Olympics athletes - with their famously voracious appetites - well fed throughout the Games is no easy feat.

"The eggs were more like a misunderstanding than something that we needed, so it was an extra zero on the order, so 1,500 to 15,000", he said with a rueful laugh. But because none of the chefs could speak Korean, they ran their list through - what else - Google Translate.

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"When the truck showed up, they started to carry in the eggs".

Some reports suggested that the error could have occurred after "Google translate" was used incorrectly as the chefs made the order online. Their registered 121-strong delegation of athletes and officials would get plenty of protein, eating 124 eggs each.

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Fortunately for any Norwegian athletes dreading three weeks of frittata suppers, the supplier allowed Team Norway to send back the 13,500 surplus eggs when chefs explained the mistake.

Norway has the highest all-time Winter Olympics medal count, with 329 medals amassed since the first Winter Games in 1924. "In the meantime, we are hoping for 30 medals".

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Speaking to the Norwegian newspaper, Aftenposten, chef Stale Johansen, said his team "received half a truckload of eggs" and that there was "no end to the delivery" adding it was "absolutely unbelievable".

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