캡션: 록티는 브라질을 빠져나가면서 그의 가장 빠른 기록을 경신했다.
Lochte's fastest time was getting out of Brazil
— Vann R. Newkirk II (@fivefifths) August 18, 2016
캡션:리우 - 강도 사건에 대한 두 개 이야기 다 확인 필요.
Rio: We need to double check both of your stories about this alleged robbery.
Ryan Lochte: pic.twitter.com/qxGE0NI1EW
— Philip DeFranco (@PhillyD) August 18, 2016
캡션: 라이언 록티가 브라질에서 도망치다.
Ryan Lochte leaving Brazil 🇧🇷 pic.twitter.com/YgdH1Jhy5o
— LTMA (@ltma) August 18, 2016
캡션: 라이언 록티, 아마 이런 모습 아니었을까...
Ryan Lochte be like... pic.twitter.com/hSIeQ5hbtF
— J.A. Adande (@jadande) August 18, 2016
캡션: 라이언 록티는 밤늦게까지 놀았다는 사실을 엄마에게 거짓말 했다가 국제적인 사건이 됐다. 그렇다면 난 죽었다.
Ryan Lochte lied about a night on the town to his mom and started an international incident. I'm dead.
— Ashley Weatherford (@sincerelyash) August 18, 2016
캡션: 록티를 턴 강도 스케치.
Sketch of the guy who held up Lochte pic.twitter.com/sPLUvWz5dC
— Vann R. Newkirk II (@fivefifths) August 18, 2016
캡션: 라이언 록티가 말한 게 거짓말이라면 앞으로 강도사건에 대해 누구의 말을 믿을 수 있겠는가?
If Ryan Lochte lied about that robbery, how can we ever believe any man's allegations of robbery? 🤔
— WendyBrandes (@WendyBrandes) August 18, 2016
캡션: 잠깐. 무장강도가 총을 머리에 겨눈 순간에 록티가 정말로 "맘대로 해"라고 한 게 사실인가? 그럴리가...
wait but did ryan lochte really say "whatever" with the gun to his forehead or nah
— america (@greghoward88) August 18, 2016
캡션: 싱크로나이즈드 스위밍 선수들이었다면 말이 일치했을 텐데.
Synchronized swimmers would keep their story straight.
— Steve Rushin (@SteveRushin) August 18, 2016
캡션: 앵커 매트 라우어, "라이언, 강도사건에 대한 설명, 앞뒤가 안 맞습니다." 라이언 록티 - 위 동영상
Matt Lauer: Ryan, your robbery story isn't adding up?
Ryan Lochte: pic.twitter.com/r9xD4vMJSL
— Zito (@_Zeets) August 18, 2016
캡션: 가장 어처구니 없는 부분은 32살인 록티가 자기 엄마에게 밤에 어디 있었는지 보고해야 했다는 점이다.
For Lochte the unbelievable thing is a 32 year old man still telling his mom the whereabouts of his night out.
— Ashley Holcomb (@ashleyxholcomb) August 18, 2016
캡션: 그런데 지금이야말로 록티를 강도할 적기다.
Honestly, now would be the perfect time to actually rob Lochte
— Myles Brown (@mdotbrown) August 18, 2016
캡션: 록티는 가짜로 신고했다. 앞으로 남자가 사기(원어의 '도난'을 사기로)당했다고 할 때마다 이 이야기를 기억시켜 줄거다.
If it turns out Lochte filed a false report, I look forward to people bringing up the case every single time a man says he's been robbed.
— Caitlin Kelly (@caitlin__kelly) August 18, 2016
캡션: 라이언 록티는 리우가 이런 곳인 줄 알았나 보다.
Ryan Lochte thought Rio was gonna be like this pic.twitter.com/7pPy9J6vG8
— Caity Weaver (@caityweaver) August 18, 2016
캡션: "하람베. 살아 있었네. 대체 어떻게?" "라이언, 아무에게도 이야기하면 안 돼. 지구의 운명이 달려있다고. 그러니까 그냥 둘러대."
"harambe, you're alive! but how?"
"tell no one ryan lochte, the fate of the world depends on it. just make up a story."
— Oliver Willis (@owillis) August 18, 2016
캡션: 자기 엄마에게 '스파'에 갔다가 지갑을 잃어버렸다고 시인하기가 뭣해서 그렇게 된 것 아닐까?
@netw3rk Who among us hasnt lied to mom about a night out then doubled down when she went public then fled the country to avoid the police?
— Justin Scaife (@JustinScaife) August 18, 2016
캡션: 라이언 록티 시리얼은 정말로 맛있을 거야.
The Ryan Lochte @serial is going to be good.
— pourmecoffee (@pourmecoffee) August 17, 2016
캡션: 라이언 록티에 대한 사실을 지금 전부 아는 게 좋을지 아니면 모르핀처럼 찔끔찔끔 알게 되는 것이 좋을 지 솔직히 말해 잘 모르겠다.
I can't decide if I want to know THE FULL TRUTH about Ryan Lochte right now or just have it doled out to me in episodes like a morphine drip
— Matt Pearce (@mattdpearce) August 17, 2016
캡션: 난 앞으로 "라이언 록티처럼 머리에 총이 겨눠진 상태에서"라는 말을 덧붙이지 않고는 "맘대로 해"라는 말은 절대 안 할 거다.
I am never going to say "whatever" again without prefacing it, "As Ryan Lochte says at gunpoint,"
— Meredith Haggerty (@manymanywords) August 15, 2016
캡션: 국민이 선출한 브라질 대통령이 쿠데타로 타도되자 미국은 어깨를 으쓱하는 정도다. 브라질이 미국 수영선수를 비행기에서 잡아 내리자, 이건 전쟁 감이라고 한다.
Brazil overthrows elected president in a coup. US shrugs.
Brazil drags US swimmers off a plane. THIS MEANS WAR.
— Ryan Grim (@ryangrim) August 18, 2016
캡션: 라이언이 자기의 변명을 리트윗하는 것. 웃겨 죽겠다.
my fave is Ryan RTing his plea LMAOOOOOO pic.twitter.com/g8wBJH9aBY
— FLEEKNIK (@Judnikki) August 18, 2016
캡션: 록티는 무장강도에게 도둑맞았다고 하고 멜로는 그냥 느긋하게 쉰다.
Lochte getting a robbed at gunpoint and Melo just chillen regular lol pic.twitter.com/qrU3c6A0AM
— Ak Beckham (@IcebergAk) August 16, 2016
캡션: 브라질 경찰 - "만들어 낸 이야기지? 그렇지?" 록티 - "네."
Brazilian Police: "And you made the whole story up, didn't you?"
— Chief (@BarstoolChief) August 18, 2016
캡션: 라이언 록티가 자기 엄마에게 말 한 것 대비 실제 상황.
What Ryan Lochte told his momma vs what really happened pic.twitter.com/jyUGT6B5ko
— Jemele Hill (@jemelehill) August 18, 2016
캡션: 더 많은 사연을 NBC가 틀림없이 보도할 거다.
More NBC reporting still to come... pic.twitter.com/sVjoqaVHow
— Alexander Goot (@AGoot18) August 18, 2016
캡션: 4 명 중에 라이언 록티가 가장 똑똑한 사람이었다고? 어떻게?
(Like how is Ryan Lochte the smartest dude in a four-person group?)
— Gary Parrish (@GaryParrishCBS) August 18, 2016
캡션: 내일부터 내 원래 머리 색으로 돌아간다.
My hair is going back to its normal color tomorrow 🙏
— Ryan Lochte (@RyanLochte) August 16, 2016
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