One woman stood out during India's walk through Olympic Stadium at the opening ceremony. That's because she wasn't supposed to be there.
Friday night's party crasher was not wearing the yellow and white dress that every other Indian woman was wearing in the group, yet still managed to situate herself next to flag bearer Sushil Kumar at the front of the line as they walked around the stadium.
Sebastian Coe, chairman of the London organizers, says he plans to meet with the Indian delegation to discuss what happened.
"She was a cast member who clearly got slightly overexcited," Coe says. "She shouldn't have been there."
Coe also insists she posed no danger to the Indian team or the proceedings because, as a cast member for the opening ceremony program, she had to go through all the security measures to get into the park that everyone else does.
"She shouldn't have been in the opening ceremony," Coe says, "but don't run away with the idea that she walked in off the street."
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