Ashley Gill-Webb has pleaded not guilty, after being charged with a public order offence, allegedly having thrown a bottle before the Men's 100m final.
A man has been charged after allegedly throwing a bottle towards Olympic 100m finals athletes, landing behind gold medalist Usain Bolt.
Ashley Gill-Webb, 34, from Cornmill Court, Leeds, has been charged with a public order offence after a bottle was thrown at the start of the men's race on Sunday night, Scotland Yard said.
He will appear at Stratford Magistrates' Court on Monday afternoon.
A police spokesman said he was charged with intentionally causing harassment, alarm or distress under section 5 of the Public Order Act.
Gill-Webb, who is reportedly a father-of-two and a member of a local football team in South Millford, was arrested after the incident on Sunday night at the Olympic Stadium.
LOCOG chairman Lord Coe said it was "poetic justice" that the man happened to be sitting next to the Dutch judo star.
He said: "I'm not suggesting vigilantism but it was actually poetic justice that they happened to be sitting next to a judo player."
He added: "Throwing a bottle on to the field of play is unacceptable, it's not just unacceptable at an Olympic Games but at any sporting event and anybody who does that will be removed.
"There is zero tolerance for anything like that."