Bad request (400) (unsupported syscall) when trying to reach container in Google Cloud Run

I have successfully deployed a Google Cloud Run instance, its showing a green checkmark and I get an address to access the container on. I can also see that the logs show that uwsgi is booted. When trying the container locally I can access it on the port I give it…

I suspect that the incorrect booting of the system is due to this line:

019-12-04T21:44:45.834539783ZContainer Sandbox Limitation: Unsupported
syscall setsockopt(0x3,0x6,0x9,0x29eebd3f8794,0x4,0x0). Please, refer
to https://gvisor.dev/c/linux/amd64/setsockopt for more information.

2019-12-04T21:44:45.834891693ZContainer Sandbox Limitation:
Unsupported syscall setsockopt(0x4,0x6,0x9,0x29eebd3f8794,0x4,0x0).
Please, refer to https://gvisor.dev/c/linux/amd64/setsockopt for more
information.
2019-12-04T21:44:45.835166ZuWSGI http bound on
0.0.0.0:8080 fd 4 2019-12-04T21:44:45.841985Zspawned uWSGI http 1 (pid: 3)
2019-12-04T21:44:45.844243Zuwsgi socket 0 bound to TCP
address 127.0.0.1:48977 (port auto-assigned) fd 3

Does anyone have any tips on getting the container to run on Cloud Run?

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