‘Anti-sex’ beds at Paris Olympics too tiny and weak for athletes to get jiggy in

Paris won’t be living up to its nickname as the City of Love when the Olympics roll into town this summer.

Preparations are well underway for the planet’s biggest sporting event – including the arrival of anti-sex beds. The beds will be installed in the Olympic village, where its hoped their materials and small size will stop athletes getting jiggy.

The beds will be made by Airweave, the same company who supplied beds for the Tokyo games. And on that occasion, the beds were allegedly designed to collapse under the weight of two athletes.

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Explaining why they opted for cardboard beds ahead of the Tokyo games, Airweave said: “Cardboard beds are actually stronger than the one made of wood or steel.”

“I hope that Paris 2024’s efforts to reduce its impact will show that it is possible to do things differently,” Georgina Grenon, director of environmental excellence for the organizing committee told Inside the Games.

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President of the International Olympic Committee (IOC) Thomas Bach (C) sits on a bed as he visits the Athletes village of the 2024 Summer Olympics in the Paris suburb of Saint-Ouen-sur-Seine, on July 25, 2023. Bach is on a two-day visit to the French capital to mark one year until the Paris Olympics.
The anti-sex beds were also used during the Tokyo Olympics

Athletes have told wild stories of the Olympic village after previous games.

Table tennis player Matthew Syed spoke candidly to The Times about his time in the village during the 1992 games, held in Barcelona: “I got laid more often in those two and a half weeks than in the rest of my life.”

While, during the London games in 2012, one anonymous athlete admitted to having a foursome with a male teammate and two women – according to The Mirror.

The same report also cites a US two-time gold medalist as saying: “I’ve seen people having sex right out in the open. On the grass, between buildings, people are getting down and dirty.”