An Australian rower has been arrested after a shop front was damaged close to the Olympic rowing venue at Eton Dorney.
21-year-old Joshua Booth reportedly fainted and hit his head while he was at the police station. He had to be taken to hospital for a check-up. Booth competed in the men's eight rowing event yesterday, but his team failed to win a medal.
– Nick Green, Australia's Olympic Commission chef de mission
He was taken to a police station. He fainted while he was there and hit his head at the police station and was taken to the hospital for precaution. He was released from the hospital and is now back in the rowing village, rowing centre accommodation. He was released as I said and no charges were laid. He has to go back to the police station tomorrow where the police will investigate the matter and make some outcomes out of their investigation.