Just how much sex goes on at the Olympic Games?
Seventeen days, 10,500 athletes, 33 venues, and 450,000 condoms. That’s how many camisinhas (little shirts in Brazilian slang) are being supplied by the International Olympics Committee for the 2016 Rio Summer Games. Forty-two per athlete, to be specific, which, even by Olympic standards, is a hell of a lot.
Welcome to the most promiscuous Olympics in history. The provision of 350,000 condoms, 100,000 female condoms and 175,000 packets of lubricant for Rio’s Olympic Village – the usual mix of ripped athletes, condos, shops, bars, clubs and, erm, McDonald’s - is three times higher than the London 2012 allowance of 150,000 condoms, which prompted tabloids to dub it “the raunchiest games ever”. Or, you could say, the Olympics with the highest levels of prostitution.
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Now we know why the WHO didn't want to cancel the Rio Olympic Games - when all these atheletes return home many of them will be carrying the Zika virus and will infect most if not all of the countries in the world.
Maybe it is a blessing in disguise that the Russians may not be attending.