Disgraced football bosses Sepp Blatter and his colleagues are set to get the best seats at the London Olympics 2012.
Shamed Blatter has been given an access-all-areas pass which means he will enjoy top views and will be seated alongside corporate sponsors and moneyed City types.
He will even be able to watch top events, such as the men’s 100m final, for free. He will enjoy better views than those who forked out for £725 tickets.
Blatter will also be driven around London in a chaffeur driven BMW as part of the red carpet treatment.
The star treatment will anger many who failed to get a seat for any event at London 2012.
Shamed football chief Blatter was re-elected president of Fifa, football’s governing body, in spite of corruption claims.
The 75-year-old was the only candidate standing in the election after his main rival dropped out following allegations of bribery.
Fifa’s secretary general Jerome Valcke will also be given a free Olympics pass and car.