In this Thursday, June 21, 2012 photo John Burton, development director of the Westfield Stratford City mall, poses for the photographer in east London. The placement of the 1.75 billion British pounds (2.75 billion US dollars) mall _that includes a 24-hour casino, 14 bowling lanes, 70 restaurants and 250 shops_ between the main public transit hub and the main entry point to the Olympic Park _ means an estimated 75 percent of fans will have to walk through the mall and its temptations to reach the venues for showcase events like gymnastics, swimming, basketball and track.(AP Photo/Lefteris Pitarakis)

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In this Thursday, June 21, 2012 photo John Burton, development director of the Westfield Stratford City mall, poses for the photographer in east London. The placement of the 1.75 billion British pounds (2.75 billion US dollars) mall _that includes a 24-hour casino, 14 bowling lanes, 70 restaurants and 250 shops_ between the main public transit hub and the main entry point to the Olympic Park _ means an estimated 75 percent of fans will have to walk through the mall and its temptations to reach the venues for showcase events like gymnastics, swimming, basketball and track.(AP Photo/Lefteris Pitarakis)
In this Thursday, June 21, 2012 photo John Burton, development director of the Westfield Stratford City mall, poses for the photographer in east London. The placement of the 1.75 billion British pounds (2.75 billion US dollars) mall _that includes a 24-hour casino, 14 bowling lanes, 70 restaurants and 250 shops_ between the main public transit hub and the main entry point to the Olympic Park _ means an estimated 75 percent of fans will have to walk through the mall and its temptations to reach the venues for showcase events like gymnastics, swimming, basketball and track.(AP Photo/Lefteris Pitarakis)
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