Olympics: Lebanon introduces new worldwide sport concept

As the world prepares for the 2016 Olympic games in Brazil’s Rio De Janeiro, rumors have been circulating about a new surprising Lebanese sport concept being introduced!


Olympics’ officials speaking to the press stated that it is time Lebanon is given the chance to earn some gold medals especially that its people show great dedication to sports while its government lacks any investment in the field.


So what is the concept behind this Lebanese sourced new worldwide Olympic sport?

The game takes place in an indoor location with two opponents facing each other on a square table with a clean white tablecloth.

Before the referee, wearing black pants and a white shirt, signals the game to start, the two contestants, perfectly dressed in hot suits or beautiful long dresses, are expected to engage in small talk, socialize, and discuss different topics with a tone so loving and friendly one would totally forget the hidden stress of what is about to come.

Suddenly, in what seems to be the emotional peak of the match, the referee moves to the table and drops in the middle of the two opponents…a restaurant bill!


As the bill falling in slow motion is captured by different camera angles, all hell breaks lose, the brutal fight is unleashed and if this game has one rule, it’s that there is no rule.

Opponents which may be more than two at a time and from different genders exchange punches, kicks, slaps and various kinds of profanity which win them each a different number of points.



At the end of the game, only one winner can grab the golden medal.

In a well planned twist in the rules of this sport, the winner is the one that fights the longest, the loudest and the hardest yet ends up…not paying the bill.

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2 comments on “Olympics: Lebanon introduces new worldwide sport concept

  1. Ryan Hamze July 20, 2015 6:21 am

    I think i cracked a rib laughing. You owe me hospital reimbursement now.

    • theboss July 20, 2015 6:46 am

      *Starts fight to pay hospital bill*

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