Swedish couple's Ikea furniture-assembly frustration prompts visit from cops



Neighbours called police on a couple in Stromstad, Sweden, who were having a loud and frustrating time trying to put together a piece of Ikea furniture in the middle of the night, a debacle that prompted their young child to start screaming.

Police responded to the complaints of banging and screaming at around 1 a.m. Friday, the Expressen newspaper reported.

Police arrived to find the frustrated, furniture-building couple and a screaming infant.
It's not known what item of furniture was being built or if the project was completed.

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