Cops shut down large 3,000-person sport of hide-and-seek at Ikea


Prepared or not, right here cops come!

Greater than 3,000 folks deliberate a large sport of hide-and-seek at an IKEA retailer in Scotland — however a workforce of cops weren’t taking part in round and broke up the enjoyable, in keeping with a stories.

Revelers deliberate to show the sprawling furnishings chain in Glasgow into an impromptu playground on a Fb occasion web page final week, prompting the shop to name police, in keeping with The Scotsman newspaper.

5 cops stayed on the store for the complete day on Aug. 31 to gauge whether or not of us had been searching for an inexpensive desk — or truly searching the proper spot to cover.

“Persons are stopping everybody who seems to be like they’re right here for a sport of conceal and search,” one buyer, Lewis Phillips informed the paper.

Finally, there have been no arrests, and no main “points” for cops to cope with, a rep for the shop mentioned.

In Europe, the development of taking part in the sport at IKEAs has picked up steam lately, with a shocking 32,000 Fb customers signing up one occasion in Eindhoven, The Netherlands.

Gamers conceal in every part from fridges to mattress frames and say the 300,000-plus sq. foot outlets are the proper spot to play.