World Cup: Qatar 2022 home favorite draws Fyre Fest comparisons | Rare Techy
No one expects the height of luxury, but some are surprised by the reality of what they find.
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Vancouver football fan Gregor Young took to social media seriously about the shocking situation he found himself trying to check into the Free Zone Fan Center in Qatar on Monday.
“Gong show,” he posted publicly. His voice could not have been louder.
With thousands of fans flocking to luxury rooms and hotels at affordable prices, race organizers have set up several fields for temporary accommodation, turning shipping containers into small dormitories. , complete with beds, showers and air conditioners.
But what fans are shown to see, this time, is less than advertised.
According to Young, he and many other fans are finding that the rooms they booked and paid for are not available. In Young’s case, he was told that the room had already been rented out.
No one expected the height of luxury, but others were surprised by the reality of what they found.
Some on social media are saying that it was placed in the wrong room at first, but after filing a complaint, it appears that it was placed in the same room they selected. Sometimes, the rooms and toilets are already dirty.
The problems have been going on for days, it seems, based on the dating of tweets like:
Young said Fan Village staff have been dispersed in the face of angry, tired and overheated fans, and police are now on the scene.
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