I guess there are worse things that the youth of today could be doing. But, this is still a felony.

According to Metro.co.uk, IKEA's got a weird problem. They've discovered ten sleepovers being held by teens who managed to avoid detection by security guards. The craze appears to have started when two Belgian YouTubers posted about how they did it in August, uploading a video showing them jumping on beds.

They claim they hid in a wardrobe for three hours until the shop closed, and hiding in another wardrobe when it was about to open again. If they are caught, people risk prosecution for trespassing. In the most recent example, two 14-year-old girls were caught by staff after stayed overnight in Jonkoping in Sweden.

They weren't prosecuted because of their young age. Another two girls, aged 15, reportedly managed to stay the whole night however, they were too afraid to leave the cupboard where they were hiding in case they set off a burglar alarm. Even so, when they were discovered in the morning they were reported to police for trespassing. , Sydsvenskan reports. Ikea Sweden press officer, Jakob Holmstrom said, "We hope that this trend will slow. We do not see what it is that is fun with what they do."

What's the craziest or dumbest thing you did as a kid?

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