A man has donated a pool after the logo of a popular US sportswear brand blew up in his face after a fan used the logo on social media.
The logo, up, was a popular slogan for the US sportsswear company Nike.
But the man who bought the pool, whose name is not being released, took it to the cleaners after the image of his name was posted on social networks and the pool was left littered with broken up towels.
“We’re still trying to sort it out, but it looked like it was blown up pretty bad,” he told ABC radio.
He told ABC that he was shocked to see the logo in the pool and had asked a member of the team what the logo meant.
“They didn’t even know what it meant.
I asked, ‘what is up logo?’
They didn’t know what the word meant,” he said.”
I thought it was the Nike logo.
Then I saw the other team’s logo and it was an Adidas logo.”
The logo has now been removed from the pool.
“It was a pretty big hit,” he added.
The man, who did not want to be identified, said he would not be returning to the pool at any future events.
Topics:golf,social-media,swimming,golfers,united-statesFirst posted September 25, 2018 13:53:47More stories from Northern Territory