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Woman Filmed Masturbating Inside IKEA Store In China

Woman Filmed Masturbating Inside IKEA Store In China

Police in China are said to be investigating after a woman was filmed masturbating inside a branch of IKEA.

The 16-minute clip shows the woman openly masturbating inside the store while shoppers, including children, walk by.

The footage shows the woman, who is believed to be a porn star, and a cameraman setting up in various locations inside the store before she begins to masturbate, often while unsuspecting customers are stood just a few feet away.

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Wearing just an over-sized white shirt and some slip-on shoes, the woman can be seen quickly glancing around to see if anyone can see her, before opening the shirt to reveal her naked body.

No one seems to notice what she's getting up to - but the clip has since been shared online and has since come to the attention of IKEA.

The company has released a statement on its Chinese social media channels condemning the woman's actions, adding that the matter has been handed over to the police.

The Swedish company did not say which store the incident took place at, however rumours on social media claim it was the Tianhe District branch.

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In a statement, the company said: "IKEA China is taking the matter very seriously. We oppose and condemn these actions and have reported the incident to the police.

"IKEA is committed to providing home inspiration for the public. We will increase security and cleaning in order to create a safe, comfortable and healthy shopping experience and environment."

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According to AFP, a spokesperson said it would take 'even more careful security and public cleanliness measures' before saying that all customers should 'browse stores in an orderly and civilised way'.

Chinese government owned newspaper Global Times has said the clip was shared widely on social media before it could be censored.

The news outlet went on to say that the woman and whoever filmed the clip could face a criminal charge for their actions and might even be looking at a prison sentence of up to three years for 'spreading obscene materials'.

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Reports also said that the social media platforms through which the video was shared could also expect to be met with scrutiny from officials for not filtering the content.

According to reports the clip was filmed on 9 May, however, this has not been confirmed by IKEA China.

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Topics: World News, China

Claire Reid

Claire is a journalist at LADbible who, after dossing around for a few years, went to Liverpool John Moores University. She graduated with a degree in Journalism and a whole load of debt. When not writing words in exchange for money she is usually at home watching serial killer documentaries surrounded by cats. You can contact Claire at [email protected]