Rio de Janerio: Jamaican sprinter and world's fastest man Usain Bolt, who drew down the curtain on his brilliant Olympic career by securing a sweep of the sprint titles for a third successive Games, was caught in bed with a Brazilian student in Rio de Janerio.
Bolt has been in in the news amid rumours that he would be marrying his girlfriend Kasi Bennett after the Olympic games.
The 20-year-old Jady Duarte who shared her topless photographs with Bolt on Whatsapp said she was 'dying of shame', according to a report in the Telegraph.
One of the photographs show Duarte kissing Bolt while another shows the Jamaican sprinter with his arms around her.
Duarte also tweeted saying that when she spent the night with the sportsman, she did not know who he was until her friend told her.
Bolt who has not commented on these photographs, was previously quoted saying that he believed cheating was acceptable.
"It’s hard for you to stay with one woman because girls are literally just throwing themselves at you. And that’s unfair to us guys – it’s hard to say no, you know what I mean? ," Bolt was quoted as saying.
"Jamaican culture is different, when you look at women and men having more than one partner it’s different," he said. "I’ve noticed that in Britain, every famous person, as soon as they get famous, they have to get married – like, it’s a rule. And I’m like, that’s not fair!'"
"It’s hard for you to stay with one woman because girls are literally just throwing themselves at you. And that’s unfair to us guys – it’s hard to say no, you know what I mean?," Bolt was quoted as saying.
Bolt has been dating his girlfriend, Kasi Bennett for almost two years now. In an interview to The Sun, his sister said that he was quite serious about his relationship with Bennett and the two planned to get engaged on Bolt's return to the UK.
From his first 100m Olympic gold in Beijing, when the Jamaican astonished the world with his 9.69sec time, Usain St Leo Bolt has been the real star.
Bolt set his first 100m world record (9.72sec) in May 2008 in New York. The Jamaican then stormed the Beijing Olympics with his first 100m, 200m, relay treble. The world was forced to take notice of his chest-beating. His 9.58 record at the world championships in Berlin in 2009 was an even bigger sensation.
With each major win he has deflected attention away from bad news for track and field.