Tokyo Olympics athletes given ‘anti-sex beds’ to clamp down on village romping

Athletes at the Tokyo Olympics will be given 'anti-sex' beds in the Olympic village as organisers attempt to curtail the spread of Coronavirus in the Olympic bubble.

The IOC announced last month that the games – for the first time in their history – would take place behind closed doors due to a surge of Covid cases in Tokyo.

And one of the concerns of organisers is the spread of Covid in the notoriously sex-positive Olympic village.

So the IOC have come up with a crafty solution to stop athletes from getting beneath the sheets together with 'anti-sex' beds being used.

The beds will be made out of cardboard and they are designed to only be able to withstand the weight of one person.

They will also supposedly break if any sudden movements occur before they can be conveniently recycled once used.

This news comes after Olympians were warned not to use any of the free condoms that would be supplied at the Olympic village in Tokyo – as per Olympic tradition.

Instead, the athletes have been told to bring them back home as souvenirs – or use them to raise awareness for the fight against HIV.

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The Olympics gets underway next week, after its prolonged absence, but the village has already seen its first positive test for Coronavirus.

Tokyo 2020 CEO Toshiro Muto announced the news at a press conference, and that the person is now quarantined for 14 days at a hotel.

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