Sex-mad athletes clogged drains at Commonwealth Games after using 4,000 condoms

Athletes have been notorious for their high-levels of promiscuity at major sporting events in the past.

Team Great Britain footballer Micah Richards once infamously let slip that the 2012 London Olympics was a testosterone-fuelled “free-for-all” filled with sexual activity for the top-level athletes present. And it was by no means the only tournament where they were at it.

The 2010 Commonwealth Games held in New Delhi, India, was a complete calamity. From the empty stadiums, alleged corruption and infrastructural issues, the 12-day long event left a lot to be desired as 71 nations competed in 21 sports and 272 events.

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Yet the athletes took it upon themselves to make it a more enjoyable occasion, with reports of an unprecedented level of sexual activity. It was reported that a whopping 4,000 complimentary condoms were used at the games – which we’re pretty sure weren’t used for water fights.

There was so much sex going on, in fact, that there were reportedly problems with blocked drains in the athletes’ village as a result of reckless condom disposal. Of course, the plumbers were the ones to suffer from the young athletes’ sex-crazed release, having been called upon to get down and dirty by clearing the pipes, according to Reuters.

And there was certainly truth to the claims. As former Olympic table tennis international Matthew Syed once revealed, 'sex-fests' are just part and parcel of athlete life at any games.

He explained: "I am often asked if the Olympic village is the sex-fest it is cracked up to be. My answer is: too right it is.

“My first games was Barcelona in 1992, and I got laid more often in those two and a half weeks than in the rest of my life up to that point."

It seems plumbers located in the vicinity of the upcoming Commonwealth Games in Birmingham are set to face even greater plumbing issues.

In a bid to promote safe sex, event organisers are said to have administered as many as 150,000 condoms to a total of 6,500 athletes during the 12 days of competition across July and October – equating to 23 prophylactics per person.

Let's hope the action on the track and field is as invigorating as the action off it.


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