2020/05/13

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IKEA condemns woman for masturbating all over their showroom


Global furniture giant IKEA has vowed to implement stricter security measures at its stores in China after a woman filmed herself engaging in her own little DIY project.
The two-minute-long video shows the woman, dressed only in a white shirt (and sometimes not even in that), masturbating in various positions and on various pieces of furniture around an IKEA showroom as other shoppers pass by mostly unaware.
In a statement issued on Saturday, IKEA China responded to the video, declaring that it resolutely opposes and condemns this kind of behavior while also calling upon customers to jointly maintain a good shopping environment.
The homeware giant added that it had reported the incident to police and would take increased security and public cleanliness measures, encouraging shoppers to browse in an orderly and civilized way.
After going viral, the video was quickly scrubbed from Chinese social media. Though its not hard to find elsewhere.

Netizens soon began trying to figure out where the video was filmed. Speculation holds that it was likely made in Guangdong province because of the Cantonese heard over the store announcements in the background of the video.

Meanwhile, its also very likely that the video is an old one considering that no one is seen wearing a face mask in the footage.
Back in 2016, IKEA faced a similar sort of scandal when a set of nude photos starring a pantyless woman leaning provocatively on a shopping cart inside one of their Beijing stores started circulating online, followed by a second nude photo set, allegedly taken at an IKEA in Wuhan.
Distrustful netizens began accusing the company of planning the photo sessions themselves in order to attract more shoppers, forcing IKEA to issue a statement denying any involvement.

Japanese retailer Uniqlo had to make a similar statement a year prior after a sex tape shot in the fitting room of its Beijing Sanlitun location went super-viral, turning the store into a veritable tourist attraction on par with the Temple of Heaven and Forbidden City.




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