There are 36 days left until the 2016 Olympics are set to begin in Rio de Janeiro, but new problems seem to arise daily.
The latest issue is the most gruesome yet, as human body parts were discovered washed up on shore Wednesday near the Olympic beach volleyball site.
According to CNN, Military Police officer Andre Luiz said a beach goer found a dismembered foot and another unidentified body part in front of the Olympic Beach Volleyball Arena on Copacabana beach.
The victim was likely a woman or young adult, according to police.
The Rio Olympics committee has been fraught with public relations nightmares, from the Zika virus to security to infrastructure delays.
Several high profile athletes have pulled out of the Games in recent weeks due to concern about Zika.
On June 19 two members of the Australian Paralympic sailing team were robbed at gun point near their Rio hotel.
Last week Rio de Janeiro's accredited lab, which would have been responsible for drug testing during the Olympics, was suspended by the World Anti-Doping Agency due to "non-conformity with the International Standard for Laboratories."
And just a few days ago Rio acting governor Francisco Dornelles was quoted as saying the Games could "be a big failure" if certain financial obligations aren't met.
Needless to say that Sidney Levy, the CEO of the Rio Organizing Committee, and his team have a lot of work to do in order to have the city ready for the opening ceremony on Aug. 5.