Athletes will sleep on ‘anti-sex’ cardboard beds at the Olympics – .

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Athletes will sleep on ‘anti-sex’ cardboard beds at the Olympics – .


Lustful Olympians should think twice before making bed in Tokyo.

The world’s best athletic competitors are set to spend their nights on cardboard beds – allegedly designed to crumble under the weight of fornicators to discourage sex amid COVID-19.

Olympic officials – who have already warned 2021 Games participants to avoid double-push-ups because of the coronavirus – have installed 18,000 cardboard beds in the village of notoriously sex-crazed athletes, according to Dezeen magazine.

“The beds that will be installed in the Olympic Village in Tokyo will be made of cardboard, this is to avoid privacy between the athletes,” said American long-distance runner Paul Chelimo. tweeted.

“The beds will be able to support the weight of a single person to avoid situations other than sporting”, cracked Chelimo. “I don’t see any problem for long-distance runners, even 4 of us can. “

Journalists take photos of the athletes' cardboard beds at the Tokyo Olympics.
Journalists take photos of the athletes’ cardboard beds at the Tokyo Olympics.
AP Photo/Eugène Hoshiko

Olympic athletes have never backed down from the hanky panky, but officials have warned it could cause particular problems this year amid the pandemic.

The 100% recyclable cardboard beds were designed by the Japanese company Airweave.

But officials are apparently aware that it will take a lot more than makeshift bunks to keep players out of pole position.

A close-up of the beds shows that the whole frame is constructed from lightweight cardboard.
A close-up of the beds shows that the whole frame is constructed from lightweight cardboard.
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They distribute a cache of condoms to athletes, as they have done at every Olympic Games since 1988. This year, the number of condoms is 160,000. Yet, it is far from the 450,000 distributed for the last Olympic Games in summer, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, in 2016.

This year, Olympic officials are insisting that rubber is for athletes to take home to spread the message of safe sex.

“Our intention and goal is not for athletes to use condoms in the Olympic Village, but to help raise awareness by bringing them back to their own country,” the Tokyo Olympic Games Organizing Committee said in a statement. at Japan Today.

Olympic officials warn against sex at the Games this year amid COVID-19.
Olympic officials warn against sex at the Games this year amid COVID-19.
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Two beds seen in a bedroom in the Olympic Village in Tokyo.
Two beds seen in a bedroom in the Olympic Village in Tokyo.
AP Photo/Jae C. Hong

At least two athletes have already tested positive for the coronavirus at the Olympic Village in Tokyo, officials said on Sunday. Another resident of the village, a visitor from overseas involved in planning for the Games, was reported to have tested positive a day earlier.



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