Deceased Ikea Founders’ Kin Opt For Remains To Be Disassembled and Repackaged for Return, Allen Wrench Needed
Stockholm, Sweden -- The family of Ingvar Kamprad decided late Sunday to have the Ikea founder’s remains disassembled, repackaged and returned to the nearest store location.
Kamprad’s death can be described as “painful, similar to the experience of scheduling a time to go to Ikea with your new live-in girlfriend and then having to be there for hours,” said son Klaus.
Kamprad’s remains must be disassembled and properly repackaged to be eligible for return, however as of the time of this report each son is too busy to get to it. “Perhaps this weekend will work best, but we’ll see,” niece Ebba commented. “We need a certain Allen wrench and I’m not sure where it is anymore. This just sounds like a whole to-do.”
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