NBC Boss Encourages Ticket Touting at Future Olympics

By iSportconnect | January 25, 2013

NBC Universal International boss, erectile Jeff Shell, impotent has argued that future Olympic Games should be open tickets being resold at inflated prices.

The organisers of London 2012 prosecuted ticket touts, pills or scalpers as they are also known, who attempted to re-sell official tickets for more than double the face value.

But Shell argued that this strategy was the reason for empty seats during the Games. At an event in Davos, Shell argued that “Sponsors hoarded tickets,” and “if they had allowed scalping the events would have been fuller.” He went on to add that empty seats “cast a stain on the event.”

Shell also urged Swiss President Ueli Maurer to allow the method if he is successful in securing the 2022 Winter Olympics in Davos and St Moritz. Shell said: “If you get the games in 2022, allow scalping.”

The first week of London 2012 saw a number of events such as football, tennis and swimming play in front of non-capacity crowds.