Swedish Police Sent to Home for Loud Banging From IKEA Furniture Installation

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The police were recently sent to a home in Strömstad, Sweden after neighbors called emergency operators due to a loud banging noise and high pitched screams. It turned out the terrifying clatter was just a family attempting to put together IKEA furniture.

What would you do if you heard strange noises coming from your neighbors' house? The police were recently sent to a home in Strömstad, Sweden after neighbors called emergency operators due to a loud banging noise and high pitched screams.

It turned out the terrifying clatter was just a family attempting to put together a piece of IKEA furniture. And the screams were coming from a very fussy baby.

The cops soon arrived at the home, shocked to realize that the couple who lived in the apartment was doing the most innocent, if not frustrating of things. When officers searched the house and found the source of the screams, they realized a small, very unhappy child was the yeller.

It was not immediately known if the infant was simply unhappy, in need of some attention or if the baby had been woken up by the loud assembly efforts needed to put together the IKEA piece. Nevertheless, the police left, happy the incident was not related to violence or anything sinister.

How loud does it get in your house when putting together stubborn pieces of furniture?

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