A TIKTOKER changed his Tinder location to Olympic Village ‘to fall in love with an Olympian’ and all his followers copied him.
Reed Kavner uploaded online the results of his efforts having paid for Tinder plus, which lets you change your location.
A TikToker changed his Tinder location to Olympic Village ‘to fall in love with an Olympian’Credit: [email protected]
New Zealand’s Lisa Carrington was among those to have popped upCredit: [email protected]
And after switching to Olympic Village, he found several recognisable faces on the dating app.
New Zealand’s Lisa Carrington, 32, and Estonian biathlete Grete Gaim, 28, were among those to have popped up.
The move got over 2million views, but sparked several fans to do the same leaving Olympic Village filled up with non-Olympians on Tinder.
Kavner said: “Last night I made a TikTok about changing my Tinder location to put myself in the Olympic Village so that I can fall in love with an Olympian (medalists preferred).
“It got 2M views overnight, which is fun, but now Olympic Village Tinder is flooded with non-Olympians.”
It was on TikTok where fans were given exclusive access and a behind the scenes look at the Olympic Village.
Team GB hopefuls Tom Daley and Jazmin Sawyers are just two of the athletes using the popular video platform to detail their exploits in Japan.
These includes daily coronavirus tests and testing out the ‘sturdy beds’ as they get to grips with the athletes’ accommodation.
Olympians have been given single beds in the somewhat sterile environment designed to maintain social distancing rules.
The manufacturer has already warned against threesomes with sex officialy banned by Games organisers, despite 160,000 condoms being handed out to stars.
The beds are made from recycled cardboard as part of Tokyo 2020’s commitment to an eco-friendly Games.
In one clip for his TikTok, diver Daley, 27, bounced on one bed to reveal that they are nonetheless ‘very sturdy’.
The Brit medal hopeful has also taken fans on a tour of the communal area, featuring a kitchen, high-tech Japanese toilet, and plenty of open space.
Team GB areas are bedecked with Union Jacks and Olympic insignias to help motivate the athletes.
Long-jumper Sawyers, 27, posted a clip of her coronavirus routine, which includes a daily PCR test submitted by 10am.
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