An incident in a Chinese Ikea involving a woman filming risque scenes has resulted in security concerns- and a pledge from the company to prevent copycat videos from popping up.
The video -which is now widely available on several adult content sites- shows a woman in a button shirt carrying out exhibitionist-grade videos with little to no concern when it came to who saw her, including small children.
The woman pleasured herself in multiple parts of the store, all while the cameraman doubled as a watchman.
While the video has been effectively scrubbed off of Chinese social media, the global response was large enough to draw Ikea’s attention.
“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, without revealing the name of the specific store , despite the Cantonese dialect in store announcements somewhat giving the location away.
According to the New York Post, such an act can land a person up to ten days in custody, major fines and even a black mark on social credit scoring.
The Chinese Cyberspace Administration generally deletes the videos due to violating “socialist core values.”
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