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As some were making jokes about the sleeping quarters, Ireland gymnast Rhys McClenaghan, while potentially sacrificing himself and his bed frame in the process, set out to test the durability of these beds to prove once and for all if these things really could get in the way of intimate activity… for science, of course.
McClenaghan’s jumps may not earn him a gold medal, but he seems mighty pleased to know that his bed won’t collapse upon vigorous movement.
The beds are made of “environmentally conscious” products that consist of recyclable cardboard and polyethylene materials. The manufacturer, Airweave, has stated that the units can handle a weight of roughly 200 kilograms, or approximately 441 pounds.
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