Olympic medalist caught in embarrassing wig mishap

Okagbare, who won a silver medal at the 2008 Beijing Olympics made a spectacle of herself when her wig fell off.

Blessing Okagbure loses wig at Oslo Diamond League long jump event.

But that was exactly the case after a wig belonging to the Olympian came off in an embarrassing way during a Long Jump event.

The incident which was caught on live television saw Okagbare's artificial hair separate from her head while taking a plunge.

She managed to take the seventh spot among other competitors in a shameful video she won't be looking forward to seeing anytime soon.

Okagbare, who won a silver medal at the 2008 Beijing Olympics made a spectacle of herself and will no doubt be looking to put all that behind her.

Fans, however, won't be looking to do the same as the clip provided a great deal of entertainment especially for online trolls.

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