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The infamous cardboard beds at the Tokyo Olympics have caused a stir of controversy over the viability of athletes having sex on them without breaking them.
As it turns out, they can, and they want the world to know.
After some speculated that the cardboard beds were deliberately weakened to deter athletes from having sex on them, several athletes posted videos of themselves testing out the sturdiness of the beds with various aggressive activities.
The first Olympian to disprove the sexless-beds theory was Irish gymnast Rhys McClenaghan, who posted a video of himself jumping on his cardboard bed on Twitter.
But now, countless other Olympic athletes are flooding Tik Tok with videos of themselves copying McClenaghan’s stunt to prove that all the beds in Tokyo are sturdy enough to support their sexual endeavors.
Team USA rugby player Ilona Maher posted a Tik Tok of her and her teammates jumping and beating the bed with force to prove that they can sustain collisions from professional rugby players.
Argentine basketball player Francisco Caffaro, who is listed as 250 pounds, aggressively jumped on his cardboard bed with his teammate Luis Scola, who is listed as 230 pounds, at the same time to prove they can withstand 480 pounds of impact.
Team USA women’s volleyball player Kelsey Robinson filmed slow-motion footage of her teammates performing divebombs on the beds. If anything, the athletes took a harder hit than the actual beds, as they sustained each dive bomb while the athletes winced in pain upon collision.
Team USA boxer Angel Martinez took a dive onto his bed and was bounced back into the air upon collision. The bed sustained no damage.
Team USA men’s volleyball player Erik Shoji filmed a video of him and his teammate Taylor Averill jumping on a bed with no breakage.
While the beds at the Olympics are, in fact, cardboard, they are possibly made of the most premium cardboard on Earth and have proven to be strong enough to withstand the sexual endeavors of muscular Olympic athletes.