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08 December 2023

Man lives 2 days in Ikea, without getting caught

Sleeping in Ikea is actually encouraged in China. (Getty Images)

By Staff

Harvey Champine wrote about his adventure inside the Swedish store Ikea. He even wrote about it on an American website, Bro Bible, about his experience.

Harvery writes about over indulging on hot dogs and feeling sleepy as he roamed inside the Ikea store. With his tummy full of cheap meat, he was tempted to turn down the covers of a loft bed, meant for kids, and went off for a short nap, reports UK daily Metro.

When he came awake, he realised that the whole world had gone home and the store had closed for the night. He did not panic or try to grab the attention of security personnel. He simply rolled back to sleep only to wake up the next morning when the buyers were back and busy shopping.

He climbed down from the loft bed, with no one from the store any wiser about their uninvited overnight guest. He helped himself with the other shoppers' leftover food comprising meat balls and other beverages and went back to his home that night to sleep in his own bed.

The man was so taken by his adventure inside Ikea that he concluded his blog with the following words:  "This vacation had everything… I’ll be giving you all five stars on TripAdvisor, IKEA."