The EU seems to think that they're a country that competed at the Olympics.
On Sunday, the European Parliament tweeted a picture suggesting that the EU finished with 325 medals, while the United States finished second with 121, followed by China with 70.
In actuality, on a per country basis, the United States dominated.
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The tweet has been accused of piggybacking on the UK's success. The UK finished with 67 medals, the most out of any European country.
UKIP MEP Mike Hookem called the tweet “pathetic”.
“They are clearly so desperate for publicity to bolster its fading image they have to grasp at the hard work and talent of our athletes,” he said. “I can't recall anyone from the EU getting up at 4am to train with Jessica Ennis-Hill or training with the Brownlee brothers during Yorkshire's tough winters.”
“It was National Lottery money from Brits who helped our athletes...we voted Brexit and our medals haul shows just how good a country we are,” he added, slamming the EU.
At least the UN didn't make a post about how “team world” finished with the most medals.