All eyes were on Usain Bolt ahead of his 100m sprint final yesterday and one track official was no exception.
As the trackside cameras filmed the sprint star stripping down to his race gear, the young worker next to him was caught smirking as she looked him and down several times.
Soon after, the Jamaican confirmed his status as the greatest sprinter ever by successfully defending his Olympic 100m title in 9.63 seconds.
He claimed the gold medal ahead of training partner Yohan Blake (9.75) and American Justin Gatlin (9.79) in a race where the top seven finishers all broke the 10 second barrier.
The only time anyone has ever run faster than Bolt's winning time on Sunday was when the Jamaican superstar clocked 9.58 at the 2009 world championships in Berlin.