IKEA has issued a statement after a woman filming a sex act in one of its China showrooms went rival.
The footage emerged early this week and features a half-naked woman pleasuring herself on beds and sofas while other shoppers in the store continue to shop around, apparently oblivious or unfazed by her actions.
At one point, the woman in question began twerking. The video has been shared widely across social media in China, but had been taken down by the censors.
In a statement posted to the Chinese platform Weibo, IKEA said: “We resolutely oppose and condemn this kind of behaviour, and immediately reported it to the police in the city of the suspected store.”
The company also said it would take “even more careful security and public cleanliness measures” in stores, and ask people to shop in“an orderly and civilised way.”
The exact location of the store has not been revealed, however, some have suggested it is in one of the southern provinces as Cantonese could be heard in the background.
The woman in question and the person who filmed it has not been revealed.
It is also believed the footage was recorded in January before the CV-19 outbreak and no one is wearing face masks.
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