Aussie swimmers Emma McKeon and Josh Palmer have been banned from the 2016 Rio Olympics closing ceremony, after partying all night.
Palmer, 25 was robbed of his phone wallet, containing $1000. While McKeon, 22, stayed with friends over night without informing her manager.
The Australian says Palmer was found 'disorientated without his wallet and phone' by two businessmen.
Australian Olympics Committee Chef de Mission Kitty Chiller said Palmer and McKeon's behaviour was 'unacceptable and they breached disciplinary protocols'.
'I have raised the need for the Swimming Team Leader to ensure he is aware of his athlete's whereabouts when leaving the Olympic Village and that the swimming athletes observe the 2am curfew,' she said.
As a result, the pair have been put on a strict curfew for the remainder of the Olympics and banned from the closing ceremony.
McKeon wrote on Twitter: ‘To clarify, I've followed AOC safety protocol in not travelling to village alone. My error was not texting my team manager.#noclosingforme’