IKEA customers trapped inside a store's showroom were forced to spend the night after being snowed in.
Six customers and about two dozen employees were forced to spend the night inside the store in Aalborg, Denmark, after a snowstorm hit on Wednesday.
The group were stranded inside the store as around 12 inches of snow fell, trapping the customers and workers.
Choosing not to attempt to trek through the wintry weather, the customers had the rare opportunity to really try out their potential new bedroom sets.
The impromptu sleepover saw each guest choose which of the Ikea's products and mattresses they liked.
Store manager Peter Elmrose told Denmark's Ekstra Bladet newspaper said: "We slept in the furniture exhibitions and our showroom on the first floor, where we have beds, mattresses and sofa beds."
Workers from the toy shop next door were also stuck and joined in on the fun as well.
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