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Tokyo 2021 Olympics: Irish athlete tests ‘anti-sex’ beds in the Olympic Village

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I.gymnast rish Rhys McClenaghan has been charged with debunking a myth surrounding beds in the olympic village.

Since organizers revealed that the town’s athletes would sleep on bed frames made from recyclable cardboard, a number of rumors have been sparked. They have been said to be designed in such a way as to prevent intimacy between athletes, as they would reportedly collapse under any pressure.

“In today’s episode of fake news at the Olympics, the beds that are meant to be anti-sex,” McClenaghan he said, presenting a video.

“They are made of cardboard, yes. Apparently they are meant to break with any sudden movement.”

McClenaghan then he jumped on his bed, yelling “this is fake news”.

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