Australia's much-hyped men's Olympic freestyle swim relay team on Friday owned up to taking sleeping medication banned by the Australian Olympic Committee and then performing "stupid" pre-Games pranks.
Australia's much-hyped men's Olympic swim relay team, dubbed the 'Weapons of Mass Destruction', speak at a press conference after owning up to taking part in 'stupid' pre-Games pranks, in Sydney, on February 22, 2013. They admitted taking Stilnox sleeping tablets at a training camp in Manchester and then making random prank calls and knocking on their team mates doors.
Members of the 4x100m freestyle relay team led by James Magnussen admitted taking Stilnox tablets at a training camp in Manchester and then making random prank calls and knocking on the doors of team mates.
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