THERE will be no infamous Olympic village sex parties next summer, in a blow to participating athletes.
Stories have been rife about past wild escapades, when athletes let their hair down following their events.
Thousands of condoms are typically distributed around the Olympic village.
But due to coronavirus fears, they will be consigned to the past in Tokyo.
All athletes will be made to leave the village as soon as possible, following their events.
International Olympic Committee President John Coates said: “The athletes, once their competition finishes, will have one day, two days and then they will go home.
“Staying longer in the village increases the potential for problems.
“We have to make sure that the Olympic village is… the safest place in Tokyo.
“The athletes have to have confidence in the safety of that.”
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Even before the pandemic swept across the world, athletes were being warned against threesomes at the Tokyo Games.
A spokesperson for Airweave, who manufactured the beds that will fill the Olympic village, stated: “We’ve conducted experiments, like dropping weights on top of the beds.
“As long as they stick to just two people in the bed, they should be strong enough to support the load.”