IKEA masturbation incident in China forces company to tighten security
The incident unfolded in one of the DIY furniture company’s Chinese stores, although neither the branch nor the name of the perpetrator has been revealed.
In a two-minute pornographic clip, an unidentified woman in a barely-buttoned white shirt pleasures herself in various areas of the store, from display beds to seats. No, we haven’t attached the video.
As other shoppers walk by, the woman initially sat on a chair, touching herself as she thrust her butt toward the camera.
She then sat on a bed with her legs spread wide — at one point seeming to catch the eye of some guys walking past — before taking off her shirt in a more secluded spot in the store.
After going viral, the X-rated footage was soon scrubbed from Chinese social media — but with interest so high, even the Swedish furniture giant’s response got 9 million views, according to Agence France-Presse.
IKEA is very concerned this could become a trend. The Swedish homeware group says … “We resolutely oppose and condemn this kind of behavior, and immediately reported it to the police in the city of the suspected store.”
IKEA’s reminding shoppers to visit stores in an “orderly and civilized way.” Translation … hands to yourselves (social distancing and all), but NOT on yourselves, please!
The woman’s horny hands are even forcing IKEA’s hand — the company says it’s beefing up security in stores.
It’s unclear when the video, which has since been scrubbed from Chinese social media was shot … no one is wearing a face mask in the footage, which makes it seem like the masturbating muse hit up an IKEA before the coronavirus outbreak.
Due to some degree of Cantonese being heard in the background, there’s been speculation the video was filmed in southern China, more specifically in Guangdong Province.
One user racked up 8,000 likes by writing on Weibo: ‘This woman is so brave, I don’t understand, [she’s] just doing it in broad daylight.’
Back in 2015, five people were arrested after a clip of a couple having sex in a Beijing Uniqlo went viral. According to the Chinese Cyberspace Administration, the clip ‘severely violated socialist core values’.