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Rio's Olympic Village Is Not Exactly Impressing Athletes

Oh boy.

The Rio Olympics haven't even officially started and some athletes are already complaining about their living situations.

Team China's media team shared photos from the Olympic Village that show unstable toilets, collapsed sinks and holes in the ceiling.

One video shows athletes trying to fix a shower curtain in a bathroom. "God helps those who help themselves," read a tweet from the team's account.

But reports of deficient housing went beyond Team China's assigned living quarters.

Australian basketball player Andrew Bogut shared a photo of him assembling a shower curtain as a memento of his experience in the village so far.

The village and the games have been blasted by Chinese fans on social media, according to the BBC. Some users are already calling it "the worst Olympics ever."

Some teams have chosen to skip living in the village completely. The U.S. basketball teams are staying on a luxury cruise ship instead, according to NPR.

The cruise ship 'Silver Cloud', where the USA men and women's basketball teams will be staying during the upcoming Rio 2016 Olympic Games, remains docked at the Maua Pier in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, on Aug. 1, 2016. (Photo: Vanderlei Almeida/AFP/Getty Images)

Things don't look that much better over in the media village. Journalists have complained about a lack of furniture and even water in some rooms.

The Rio Olympics officially kick off with the Opening Ceremony on Friday.

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