A funny case took place in an IKEA hypermarket in Belgium, where the husband and wife pretended not to know each other.
There is now a government rule in Belgium that only one family member at a time is allowed into shops. Violators will be fined 250 euros. If the seller has enabled this to happen, he will have to pay a fine of 750 euros. To ensure compliance with these rules, IKEA provides each passing car with a bracelet allowing one person to enter the store.
Some Hendrik Walline has decided to bypass this rule. The cunning Belgian managed to get another bracelet, which was given to him by someone who had already finished shopping and left the store. Hendrick gave the bracelet to his wife, and they took it to IKEA together, pretending not to know each other.
In the bed department, however, they still had to go through several phrases to make the most appropriate choice. And that fact didn't escape the attention of security. The deception was discovered, and a couple was kicked out of the hypermarket. The security representative then told the local news channel that the staff and security services were ordered to monitor the intruders strictly.
Hendrick himself did not deny that he had committed the violation. But at the same time, he complained about the fact that on the beaches of the city in which he lives, people are free to sit half a meter away from each other. But the purchase of an expensive bed, which can be made together, is a violation.