Hey, North Korea, it's nothing personal. Turns out the British aren't too good at identifying people's flags and nationalities — even their own.
A day after infuriating North Koreans by branding them with the flag of their South Korean foes, Olympic organizers are at it again, this time stumbling over the identity of a fellow Briton.
Joe Allen, who speaks fluent Welsh, is one of five Welshmen on Britain's Olympic soccer team. But the team's newly minted team program labels him English. The Olympic organization committee published a brief apology in English.
Stay tuned for Belgians becoming French, Hungarians going Honduran, and someone, somewhere, turning Japanese.
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