When the sun gets too much, you can head to the beach, sit down in the park or you could head to your local IKEA.
This is exactly what many people in Nantong, China did over the extended holiday this weekend.
However despite this ban, shoppers and people working nearby have yet again started wandering into the store for a nap and to escape the humidity as summer in China starts to heat up.
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While other customers let their babies nap in the beds.
Other customers can be seen browsing the store, walking around the sleeping visitors, reports news163