Olympic athletes test the “anti-sex” bed: “This is fake. Fake news’

Rhys McClenaghan hit the Olympic bed… by jumping on it.

The Olympic Village is famous for accommodating the best athletes in the world during the Olympic Games. As we all know, it can play a lot of sex, it’s best to keep it in the scene deleted in Stanley Kubrick’s Eyes Wide Shut.

This year, a small conspiracy theory emerged around the beds used by athletes in the Olympic Village: Due to the cardboard frame, Olympic athletes felt that their design was to encourage social distancing, and the perceived weight limit on the bed allowed only one person.

Well, Irish pommel horse Olympia McLennahan tested the bed on Sunday.

“In today’s’Olympic Fake News’ show, the bed is’reverse’,” McLennahan said in a Twitter video. “Yes, they are made of cardboard. But obviously, they are meant to break in any sudden movement.”

He jumped up and down on the bed to test his stability.

“This is fake. Fake news.”

The material of the bed and bed frame is made of reusable materials. After the Olympics, the cardboard will be recycled and the beds will be used to make plastic bottles, which is an environmental protection measure. In other words, if the bed can still be used later.

Airweave, the company that makes the bed, ensures that its frame is stable enough to support up to 440 pounds.

A company spokesperson told AFP: “We conducted experiments, such as putting heavy objects on the bed.” “As long as they insist that there are only two people in the bed, they should be strong enough to support the load.”

Another twist in the story is that condoms will be distributed during the Olympics-but only after the athletes leave Tokyo, not during the Olympics.

With Tokyo operating under strict coronavirus agreements, how athletes will have sexual intercourse during the 2021 Olympics has become a problem. As long as there is a strong will, there must be a way for you. But for now, consider the myth of the Olympic bed…being debunked.



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