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You’ll Never Guess What Happened to Johnny Quinn Again

Just days after he got stuck in a bathroom and had to hulk his way out, US bobsledder Johnny Quinn has suffered another unfortunate turn of events at Sochi 2014.

In a tweet this morning, Johnny Quinn revealed that he had once again gotten stuck inside something in Sochi. This time, instead of a bathroom, he and fellow bobsledders David Cripps and Nick Cunningham got trapped in an elevator.

It would seem that Quinn has no manner of luck when it comes to getting around Sochi, but hopefully all of that will change soon. Until then, here’s to scanning Twitter to monitor his movements and making sure he doesn’t get locked inside anything else.

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