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Former Love Island winner Greg O'Shea has given fans a glimpse into the strict conditions within the Olympic village in Tokyo.
The 26 year old has been proudly documenting his time in Japan since landing earlier this week as he prepares to compete in his first-ever Olympics with his Ireland rugby 7s team.
However, the Irish star has admitted that there are a number of strict protocols in place for the athletes, including staying in the village and not being allowed to explore Tokyo and sleeping on beds made out of cardboard.
Greg spilled the beans on the behind-the-scenes living at the Olympics during a candid Q&A with his Instagram followers.
When asked by a fan whether he would only stay in the village during his time in Tokyo, Greg explained: "Ya, unfortunately, it's very restricted over here to prevent mixing and to protect the Olympic athletes but also the Tokyo public.
"We are only allowed outside the village to train and compete. I will definitely come back to Tokyo in the future though because I'd love to experience the culture!"
When asked if he had his own room, he shared a picture of his teammate, with the caption: "I'm sharing with this weirdo @jordan_conroy19.
"I lived with him for 2 years in a hotel because we had to travel for training in Dublin before we both moved up.
"So it's ideal having him as a roomie, we are so used to each other #Bromance," Greg, who won Love Island in 2019 with ex Amber Gill, added.
When another fan asked if all the beds in the village were made out of cardboard, Greg confirmed it was true as he showed everyone his own bed.
"Look, completely made out of cardboard. Supposedly to stop everyone having, ahem, activities in bed," he explained.
Greg also added that strict Covid rules meant that players weren't allowed to watch other matches, but he would watch the athletics, gymnastics, and diving games if he could.
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