Got a ticket for the Games? Then you'll want to know whether or not to brush down your beloved Pepsi T-shirt and wear it to London 2012. Olympics Minister Hugh Robertson has the answer.
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Pepsi must be delighted with the number of inadvertent Olympic mentions they've had on the airwaves. Much more than official sponsors Coca-Cola.
For the last week, across every broadcast outlet, every journalist has asked everyone associated with the Games: "Can I wear a Pepsi T-shirt?"
There was even talk at one point of sending me into the Olympic Park dressed head to toe in Pepsi merchandise to see what would happen.
I said NO because, as every TV reporter knows, the golden rule is "never get dressed up unless it's a flak jacket".
So here is the definitive take on what you can and can't wear to the Olympics, from Olympics Minister Hugh Robertson - including his answer to the question: "Did you ever consider a 'The British taxpayer welcomes you' sign at the entrance to the Olympic Park?"