While watching Clare Balding presenting the BBC's Olympics coverage, you might be wondering what on earth it is she's standing next to when she's talking.
Yes, that's right. It's a trolley.
Whenever Clare Balding goes to air the trolley is nearby. Here's what it looks like behind the scenes.
Well, in a video uploaded by BBC Sport, we were treated to a tour of the trolley. The trolley includes "a drinks cabinet", which according to Balding is for "water".
At the back there's a cooler for "cooling" things.
It contains not one but TWO umbrellas.
On the top of the trolley is a space where Clare Balding can leave and write her notes.
And finally, there's a holder for snacks.
You've got to admire that while some broadcasters spend a lot of money on making their Olympic coverage look as sexy as possible, the BBC decides to use a shopping trolley and doesn't seem to care that we see it all the time.
And why a TV screen on the trolley? Well the trolley was used in the 2014 Sochi Games and Balding explained at the time that "because we've got a TV screen it means people coming by and come and watch the action, have a bit of a chat."
But it will never not look weird.
Meanwhile, Mark Chapman is on Copacabana Beach, accompanied with a bin.
BuzzFeed asked the BBC whether the trolley is nicked from an Asda or something and will update when we hear back.
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