Two Commonwealth Games security guards have been sacked after taking "selfies" with the world's fastest man Usain Bolt, the Evening Standard has reported.
Security guards approached the Jamaican sprinter for a photograph earlier this week while he was training at a venue known as Lesser Hampden, it was claimed.
One volunteer from Hampden Park told the paper: “The [supervisor] was saying we shouldn’t be doing that with our mobile phones."
“Everyone was taking photographs of him but these two guys got punted [sacked].”
The sports star is not believed to have played any role in the guards' dismissal.
A statement released by Glasgow 2014 said: "Sword Security can confirm three members of contract security staff have been removed from roles at Glasgow 2014's training facilities at Lesser Hampden after breaching conditions of their employment.
"All three are still employed by the company but are no longer working at Glasgow 2014. Sword Security's policies are designed to ensure the privacy of athletes is fully respected in the lead-up to and during competition."
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