A video clip was published on social media for a number of Israeli athletes participating in the Tokyo 2021 Olympics, destroying a Japanese family in the hotel they are staying in in order to experience its durability.
Israeli athletes and the Tokyo Olympics
The Israeli baseball player, Ben Wagner, published a video clip he posted on the “Tik Tok” platform, in which he and his colleagues tested the durability of a family that was specially made for one person to prevent intimate relationships during the 2021 Tokyo Olympics.
“We’ll see how many Israelis it takes to break one of the cardboard beds”: A ticketing video uploaded by Israel 2020 baseball player Ben Wagner shows the team players “testing” the durability of the beds in the Olympic Village, jumping on one of the beds in the room until it breaks@lianwildau pic.twitter.com/ATfDU70lww
– News here (@kann_news) July 27, 2021
Israeli player Ben Wagner commented on the video he posted on his account, saying: “Let’s see how many Israelis we need in order to break a cardboard bed.”
The Israeli player Wagner stood alone, his mouth broke, and one of his colleagues joined him in the second jump, and each time he was joined by a player, until the bed broke when nine of the athletes from the Israeli baseball team jumped on it.
The Japanese and the broad attack
This video was widely attacked by the Japanese through social networking sites, where one of them said in a tweet to him that he wrote it through his personal account on the “Twitter” platform, saying: “The price of this bed and all services were paid from the taxes paid by the Japanese, not for free or for a game, and I I feel bad for this behaviour.”
Immediately remove the bed from the room, charge them for disposal, and tell them to sleep on the floor for the rest of their stay. If you want a replacement bed, be sure to pay for it. “Hospitality” is for decent guests, not for those who act as if they were vandalism. https://t.co/bMLGfwjiM5
— Kaori Arimoto (@arimoto_kaori) July 28, 2021
He added, “I want them to go home as soon as possible,” while another tweeter wrote, “Under Japanese law, Israelis can end up in prison, and this is Japan, not Israel.”
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And he added, “This is an Olympic village that looks like a hotel. Article 261 of the Penal Code criminalizes property damage and will be subject to Japanese criminal penalties. Imprisonment for up to 3 years or a fine of up to 300,000 yen can be done.”
Tokyo Olympics family and fine
“Immediately take the bed out of the room, and tell them (the athletes) to sleep on the floor for the rest of their stay,” wrote a Japanese newspaper, Kaori Arimoto. If you want to change the bed, be sure to pay for it. Hospitality for distinguished guests, not for those who act as if they were vandals.”
The Israeli Olympic Committee responded to this incident and the behavior of the Israeli athletes, “We won the invitation to speak to the team manager, according to him.
“I would like them to fly home as soon as possible” 🤬
In Japan, a new scandal after the Israelis torn apart an anti-sex bed: https: //t.co/ZpGuCOU2wS pic.twitter.com/pWv53tEW5c
– Sport Express (@sportexpress) July 28, 2021
While the Israel Baseball Association said that it had spoken with the players concerned, the association had made it clear to them that this behavior was unacceptable and did not meet the standards and behavior of sports.
And the American newspaper, the New York Post, indicated earlier, that the family that the Japanese Olympic Committee made is weak and intentionally bearing the weight of one person to promote social distancing.
And the newspaper added, “The beds are made of recycled cardboard and are intended to avoid intimate relationships between athletes.”
“Anti-sex” beds at the Olympics pic.twitter.com/2jnFm6mKcB
— Rhys Mcclenaghan (@McClenaghanRhys) July 18, 2021
The Organizing Olympic Committee also published a number of photos of the tools used in the manufacture of the Japanese beds for athletes participating in the Tokyo Olympics 2021.
It is noteworthy that the “Tokyo 2021” Olympic Games, which opened on the 23rd of July this month, will continue until the 8th of next August.
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