Britcher’s high-tech bed and the fact that Britcher was an athlete was undoubtedly admired by one U.S. Rugby player. Ilona Maher, who shared her hilarious reaction on TikTok.

“Your… It has all the features of a remote control. There are modes. Maher became more and more emotional with each word. It is so big. It seems pretty large.”

Her thumb and forefinger made a slight gesture, “Our Tokyo beds were just like,” she stated. They were also highly inflammable. They were also very strong. These beds were extremely solid. They were very solid and my back was hurting a week later when I first laid on them.

Maher, fighting back tears, said, “But have some fun!” This is amazing. It looks amazing.

Back at the 2020 Summer Olympics, there was frequent discussion surrounding the so-called “cardboard beds” at the Village, which began after U.S. runner Paul Chelimo tweeted an image of the lightweight bedframes and said that they could only “withstand the weight of a single person” as part of a plan to avoid “intimacy among athletes.” 

Later, Irish gymnasts debunked this thought process. Rhys McClenaghan, who put the self-described “anti-sex” beds to the test by posting a videoHe was seen jumping on the one he liked most. 

McClenaghan stated, “Apparently they are meant to be broken at any sudden movements.” McClenaghan declared that the bed would not fall when it did. Fake news!