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Brazil’s World Cup Coach: ‘Normal Sex’ Permitted Before Game, But No ‘Acrobatics’

| by Sarah Fruchtnicht

Brazil’s soccer coach Luis Felipe Scolari has advised players not to have any acrobatic sex amid the World Cup.

The Brazilian city of Sao Paulo is hosting the 2014 FIFA World Cup this summer.

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Scolari was the mastermind behind Brazil’s World Cup win in 2002 and he intends to “put limits” on the players.

“The players can have normal sex during the World Cup,” Scolari said at a press conference in Portugal. “Usually normal sex is done in balanced way, but there are certain forms, certain ways and others who do acrobatics. And that, no. We will put limits and survey the players.”

“If it’s normal sex, okay,” he added. “If this is normal, it is normal, it is not sending oneself in the air too high.”

Brazil kicks off the World Cup on June 12 in a match against Croatia.

Sources: Bleacher Report, UPI