Woman’s Masturbation Video At IKEA China, Goes Viral

Woman’s Masturbation Video At IKEA China, Goes Viral

Ikea stores in China are usually popular with nap lovers who like to make themselves comfortable on the couches and beds presented.

However, a video of a Chinese woman pleasuring herself at an Ikea store has gone viral on the social media.

Furniture giant Ikea called on customers to behave in a “civilized manner” after a video of a woman masturbating in one of their stores in China went viral.

The short sequence shows a woman enjoying herself on an armchair and a bed of the Swedish brand, while customers in the background stroll through the exhibition rooms. The identity of the person is not known any more than the place of filming or the name of the author (s) of the video.

In a statement published on Sunday, which does not explicitly refer to the video in question, Ikea “condemned such behaviour” and announced that it had alerted the police. brand assured that it has strengthened its security measures in its stores.

The original video was quickly censored on social media across the country. Internet users have noted that announcements in Cantonese could be heard in the background, suggesting that the video was filmed in Canton (south). In the extracts, the clients also appear without masks, suggesting that the video was filmed before the coronavirus epidemic that spread to China from December.

Ikea stores in China are usually popular with nap lovers who like to make themselves comfortable on the Swedish giant’s couches and beds.

It is not the first time that a sex video has tarnished the reputation of a major brand in the country. In 2015, the filmed sequence of a couple making love in a booth at a Uniqlo clothing store in Beijing went viral. The place had even become an attraction for some Chinese people who came to take pictures of themselves in suggestive poses.

The identity of the woman and the person who filmed it have not been revealed.

Meanwhile, some social media users have pointed out buyers not wearing masks, which suggested the video dated back before the outbreak of coronavirus in China.

The identity of the woman and the person who filmed it have not been revealed.

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