Paris Olympics Embrace Eco-Friendly Cardboard Beds, Debunk ‘Anti-Sex’ Rumours

Paris: In preparation for the upcoming 2024 Olympic Games in Paris, rumours have circulated regarding the installation of cardboard beds aimed at deterring athletes from engaging in sexual activities. However, these claims have been debunked, shedding light on the true purpose behind the eco-friendly initiative.

Contrary to speculation, the ultra-light cardboard beds, similar to those used in the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, are not intended to prevent intimacy among athletes. Instead, they are part of a sustainable effort to reduce environmental waste. Manufactured by Airweave, the beds have been praised for their recyclability, with materials repurposed into paper and plastic products post-event.

Addressing misconceptions, Irish gymnast Rhys McClenaghan took to social media to refute claims of the beds being too fragile for intimacy, demonstrating their sturdiness in a TikTok video. Additionally, reports have surfaced highlighting the beds’ weight of 441 pounds (200 kg), indicating their durability and suitability for athlete use.

Embracing a green ethos, the Paris Olympic organizers aim to set a precedent in sustainability by utilizing renewable materials for all beds and bedding. This initiative underscores the city’s commitment not only to hosting a successful sporting event but also to promoting environmental consciousness.

As athletes gear up for the 2024 Olympic Games, they can rest assured that the cardboard beds serve a noble purpose: to champion eco-friendly practices rather than deter love-making.

Paris, renowned as the City of Love, embraces a new kind of affection – one that extends to the preservation of our planet.

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