Athletes bound for the upcoming Tokyo Olympics will reportedly be distributed 160,000 condoms, which means each athlete will receive at least 15 condoms each from the International Olympic Committee.
Reports confirmed how the decision to give 11,000 plus athletes this enticing offer as a souvenir comes with a striking twist. But what is that twist, questioned many.
As it is, the Olympics has already banned hugs and handshakes across the board for this year’s game, keeping in light strict SOP’s as the pandemic’s threat looms high.
Moreover, officials have also given athletes a mega 33-page handbook that features a long list of rules and regulations to keep in mind.But the biggest one of them all is to limit as much contact as possible with others.
The event will therefore be one of a kind happening, as critics fear COVID threats are at an all-time high and since the event was postponed in 2020, authorities are making sure they pull out all of the stops for this year’s games.
One of the rules or offerings mentioned in the book speaks about the distribution of condoms across the board but advising AGAINST their use. And that has certainly caught the eyes of many.
Yes, despite being given the generous amount of condoms, players have been advised against their use. And that means the athletes must take the condoms with them, after the event’s conclusion, back to where they came from, as a souvenir.
Moreover, the mega handbook strongly repeats against the use of the condom and those athletes breaking the anti-virus rule will be kicked out from the competition. Hence, in simple words, it is to promote the avoidance of unnecessary physical contact.
The ‘playbook’ also mentioned in bold terms that the games are a test for flexibility as well as understanding and hence cooperation from all sides must be adhered to, under all circumstances.
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