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Rio Olympics 2016 will be the most promiscuous games in history. Here’s why

In the wake of Zika virus threat, the International Olympics Committee (IOC) has decided to give away condoms to prevent players from the infection that can also be transferred sexually.

Rio’s Olympic village has a provision of 350,000 condoms, 100,000 female condoms and 175,000 packets of lubricant for the athletes from all over the world, who will be flocking Brazil this year.

Zika, an epidemic which can cause paralysis in adults and neurological disorder in babies mostly remains undeveloped in 80% cases. Still, the World Health Organisation has declared it a global health emergency.

For the first time, IOC is giving away female condoms to prevent players from getting infected from Zika. With this, Rio Olympics has bagged the title of being “the raunchiest games ever” beating 2012 London Olympics. In 2012, IOC handed over 150,000 condoms to athletes. Rio, breaking all the previous records, provided 42 condoms to each player which is almost three times higher than previous games.

A count which began in thousands in Seoul (1988 Olympics), South Korea, with 8, 500 condoms has now raked up in lakhs over the years. Interestingly, after a number of condoms were found at the Olympic resident buildings in Seoul in 1988, the IOC banned athletes from having sex outdoors.

According to reports, Australian players are coming armed with anti-viral condoms to participate in the 2016 games. The 2016 Olympics which is scheduled to be held from August 5-21 in Rio de Janeiro, has already been highlighted as the “sex-crazed Woodstock for athletes” by The Guardian. Rio Olympics 2016 will be the most promiscuous games in the history. Here’s why

In the wake of Zika virus threat, the International Olympics Committee (IOC) has decided to give away condoms to prevent players from the infection that can also be transferred sexually.

Rio’s Olympic village has a provision of 350,000 condoms, 100,000 female condoms and 175,000 packets of lubricant for the athletes from all over the world, who will be flocking Brazil this year.

Zika, an epidemic which can cause paralysis in adults and neurological disorder in babies mostly remains undeveloped in 80% cases. Still, the World Health Organisation has declared it a global health emergency.

For the first time, IOC is giving away female condoms to prevent players from getting infected from Zika. With this, Rio Olympics has bagged the title of being “the raunchiest games ever” beating 2012 London Olympics. In 2012, IOC handed over 150,000 condoms to athletes. Rio, breaking all the previous records, provided 42 condoms to each player which is almost three times higher than previous games.

A count which began in thousands in Seoul (1988 Olympics), South Korea, with 8, 500 condoms has now raked up in lakhs over the years. Interestingly, after a number of condoms were found at the Olympic resident buildings in Seoul in 1988, the IOC banned athletes from having sex outdoors.

According to reports, Australian players are coming armed with anti-viral condoms to participate in the 2016 games. The 2016 Olympics which is scheduled to be held from August 5-21 in Rio de Janeiro, has already been highlighted as the “sex-crazed Woodstock for athletes” by The Guardian. Rio Olympics 2016 will be the most promiscuous games in the history. Here’s why

In the wake of Zika virus threat, the International Olympics Committee (IOC) has decided to give away condoms to prevent players from the infection that can also be transferred sexually.

Rio’s Olympic village has a provision of 350,000 condoms, 100,000 female condoms and 175,000 packets of lubricant for the athletes from all over the world, who will be flocking Brazil this year.

Zika, an epidemic which can cause paralysis in adults and neurological disorder in babies mostly remains undeveloped in 80% cases. Still, the World Health Organisation has declared it a global health emergency.

For the first time, IOC is giving away female condoms to prevent players from getting infected from Zika. With this, Rio Olympics has bagged the title of being “the raunchiest games ever” beating 2012 London Olympics. In 2012, IOC handed over 150,000 condoms to athletes. Rio, breaking all the previous records, provided 42 condoms to each player which is almost three times higher than previous games.

A count which began in thousands in Seoul (1988 Olympics), South Korea, with 8, 500 condoms has now raked up in lakhs over the years. Interestingly, after a number of condoms were found at the Olympic resident buildings in Seoul in 1988, the IOC banned athletes from having sex outdoors.

According to reports, Australian players are coming armed with anti-viral condoms to participate in the 2016 games. The 2016 Olympics which is scheduled to be held from August 5-21 in Rio de Janeiro, has already been highlighted as the “sex-crazed Woodstock for athletes” by The Guardian.

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