In perhaps the most delicious moment of the entire Olympic debacle, the Africa Village in Kensington Gardens has been closed due to debts.
From running music concerts and inviting African medallists (wonder if Somalian Mo got an invite) to come and share their triumphs, all is now silence.
Organisers are currently blaming 'logistical problems' - but the press reports that the real reason is that the African Village has gone broke, they didn't pay the bills to suppliers.
Perhaps Bob Geldof could get a musical campaign going, or David Cameron could rattle on about the plight of these African Villagers during the Olympics and suddenly find a few million of taxpayer money down the back of the Number 11 sofa to give them.
How fitting, it must be the first honest thing that has happened during the whole Zion and slap a Union flag on Nbobo the Nigerian native and call him British choreographed circus.
All we need now is for the UK taxpayer to step in with £100 million of foreign aid in order to bail out the now defunct Africa Village and it would be an absolutely perfect representation of reality.
Said Africa Village probably has less citizens now though, many of them are probably busily legging it towards the nearest British police station or DSS office with "give me asylum dumb whitey" mantras on their lips.
Half of them will probably end up draped in our flag at the 2016 games and being called just as British as us.
Joking (well, semi-joking) aside, somehow it seems just perfectly apt - they can't even make an African village work over here, what bloody hope have they got in Africa?
Savour the moment, it's the only real to life event of the Olympics, it seems somehow poetic. Await some kind of taxpayer bailout in one form or another, or backstage forced 'negotiations' to create the illusion it is up and running again and all is well.
Congratulations to the organisers of the village. They've certainly managed to exhibit a telling truth about Africa for the entire world to see.