Have you ever wanted to sleep in the same bed as Michael Phelps? Chances are that won't happen. You've got a better shot with Ryan Lochte, according to his mother.
You can also just cut out the middleman (so to speak) and buy the actual bed that he slept in during the Olympics at a website that is selling off all of the items used in the Olympic Village, according to The Associated Press.
The appropriately named "Remains of the Games" has started putting everything up for sale from big items like beds and cabinets down to the smallest goods like closet hangers and traffic wands.
They authenticate each item with a gold plate that reads, "This product was proudly made and supplied to the London 2012 Olympic & Paralympic Games," according to the FAQ.
It might sound like a quick way to cash in on the Games long after the torch has been extinguished, but all the stuff they use in the Village was put together and used for just a couple of weeks. If they didn't sell it, all of the stuff would just go to waste.
It also doesn't say if any famous names have used any of the items left in their rooms. Personally, I'm hoping they put Usain Bolt's sense of humility up for sale. I'm sure he left it in there when the Games started and it probably isn't very used.
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