The outrage over the allocation of London 2012 Olympic tickets reignites as ticket-hungry Britons see fresh opportunity to buy slip from their hands.
Thousands of tickets went on sale on Monday after Spain admitted it could not sell its generous allocation.
However, these tickets will be available to residents from all across the EU and only via the controversial Spanish-language Viagogo website.
In the UK, many had hoped that the unwanted allocation would be returned to the Olympics organising committee Locog to sell on to British spectators.
The move will infuriate ticketless Britons who think they should be first in line, and believe the allocation process was unfair from the start.