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A gymnast tests the anti-sex beds of the Olympic Games. from tokyo

A gymnast tests the anti-sex beds of the Olympic Games. from tokyo

Jul 202021

Previously, it had been speculated that beds, made of cardboard, could support the weight of a single person in order to discourage athletes from having sex and minimize physical interactions.

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Irish gymnast Rhys McClenaghan decided to test the "anti-sex beds" of the Tokyo Olympics by finding that they can support more weight than expected.

McClenaghan shared a video on his Twitter account on July 18 in which he jumps on one of the cardboard beds without breaking it.

"It's fake! Fake news!" McClenaghan exclaimed in his video.

 

Previously, it had been speculated that beds, made of cardboard, could support the weight of a single person in order to discourage athletes from having sex and minimize physical interactions.

"Without a doubt, the wood and cardboard would break if you jumped on them," said Takashi Kitajima, the general manager of the Olympic Village.

 

A gymnast tests the anti-sex beds of the Olympic Games. from tokyo

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