An urgent investigation has been launched after Olympic fans expressed disappointment at the sight of rows of empty seats on the first day of the London 2012 Games.Organisers were prompted to act after gaps were visible at a number of venues, including the Aquatics Centre.
In contrast, huge crowds lined the streets, where tickets were not required, to watch Mark Cavendish and Team GB compete in the cycling road race.Culture secretary Jeremy Hunt said the empty seats were "very disappointing" and suggested they could be offered to members of the public.
Liz Wickham goes online to see if she can get hold of some Olympic action following a series of complaints from viewers.
The British Olympic Association calls on the International Olympic Committee today to completely revamp its ticketing policy
Some 3,000 Olympics tickets from international sports federations were "put back in the pot" last night and sold to the public.