For years, IKEA has been dubbed the Disneyland for adults. More often than expected, people take trips to IKEA as a form of leisure as they wander the floors, looking at inexpensive furniture that will, inevitably, frustrate them to no ends as they attempt to put together all umpteen pieces of a dresser or bunkbed. While the faux rooms will have you feeling as if you've entered your own apartment space, one woman became a little too comfortable while visiting the Swedish-Dutch furniture store.

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Over the years, some people have used IKEA to play hide and seek, to pull pranks on strangers, or even hide inside cabinets until closing so they can stay overnight. Recently, the store had to remind their patrons that not only are the aforementioned actions prohibited, but so is masturbation. According to TMZ, surveillance footage from inside one of IKEA's stores shows a woman pleasuring herself throughout the building.

In the clip, the unidentified woman is reportedly seen masturbating on sofas, beds, and chairs right in front of customers—some of whom stop to watch her in action. She doesn't seem to mind being the center of attention and even twerks a little something for the camera. “We resolutely oppose and condemn this kind of behavior, and immediately reported it to the police in the city of the suspected store," IKEA said in a statement.

While the video recently went viral on social media in China, it's unclear exactly when this took place. People seemed to be sans face masks, so it's believed to be earlier this year prior to the COVID-19 pandemic. The video was quickly removed from circulation.

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