Known for quirky ads, IKEA has come up with arguably its most controversial yet.
The interactive, published in Swedish women's magazine Amelia, has a pregnancy test embedded. It reveals the discounted price if a woman is found pregnant.
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How far would you go for IKEA discount?
'Peeing on this ad may change your life'
The interactive, which is essentially a home pregnancy test, was developed in association with Swedish ad agency Akestam Holst and Mercene Labs.
It has a luring title that says, "Peeing on this ad may change your life."
On peeing, if the result is positive, the would-be mother can avail a discount of approx. Rs. 3,910 on a crib that originally costs about Rs 7,780.
Twitter is disgusted, slams the ad for its grossness
The advertisement has got people talking across the globe. Twitter, however, is less than pleased.
"No, @Ikea. No one wants to pee on a magazine ad to get a coupon code. Just no", tweeted a user named Tricina.
Another called Alicia posted: "All the respect for IKEA for putting out free pregnancy tests but like... Y'all couldve done it in a more sanitary way."
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