Sportspersons are letting off steam with saucy sessions in their private rooms and wild parties.
After years of training for sporting perfection, the elite athletes have been partying like revellers on a beach holiday.
But they ensure that “what goes on in the village stays in the village.”
“At night the bar is pretty buzzing already. I’m not sure how it’s going to cope when we all finish,” the Daily Star quoted Harry Martin, Team GB hockey player as saying.
And South African 100m freestyle swimmer Leith Shankland, 21, said that everyone is having a great time.
“Everyone is going out with everyone and having a good time. We haven’t been allowed to go out for two months, so it’s a great release. For me it’s one of the best experiences I’ve had in my life,” Shankland said.
Before the games American swimming ace Ryan Lochte, 28, had revealed that three-quarters of Olympians get steamy between the sheets after their competition finishes.