Athletes given ‘anti-sex’ beds at Tokyo Olympics

The beds are made of cardboard, and some netizens also said setting up recyclable Olympic villages was the right way to go.

Cardboard-made ‘anti-sex’ beds provided to athletes to prevent intimacy at the Tokyo Games village has triggered a plethora of reactions online, with many calling them ‘bizarre’.

The beds will be recycled into paper products post the game. The bed, said to withstand 200 kilograms of weight, was first revealed in January 2020, and aims to promote the idea of social distancing.


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