ENGLAND fans have been filmed singing and jumping on furniture in an IKEA store after their World Cup quarter-final victory over Sweden.
A 2-0 win for Gareth Southgate’s side ensured a semi-final place at the World Cup for the first time in 28 years.
However some fans appeared to lose the run of themselves, swamping a branch of the Swedish furniture store.
England fans celebrating in Swedish furniture shop, IKEA! 😂 pic.twitter.com/5FLMiRaUWo
— 9GAG Football ⚽ (@9GAGFootball) July 7, 2018
Staff looked on dismayed as supporters belted out It’s Coming Home while jumping on furniture in the store, believed to be the Stratford Westfield branch in London.
Other topless fans swung their jerseys over their heads while channeling their inner Harry Kane as they kicked around a selection of high-quality yet reasonably priced Swedish-crafted soft furnishings.
While some social media users criticised the fans’ actions, others passed it off as harmless banter.
Absolute fucking disgrace that people have stormed @IKEAUK and smashed it up whilst chanting ‘its coming home’ that is no way to show respect! Grow the fuck up ♀
— Cassie (@MumofNoName) July 7, 2018
that video of england fans trashing an ikea has properly put a downer on today. gone from being proud of us to just feeling a bit sick. aye it's coming home but you don't have to be dicks.
— Holly Rees (@hollysounds) July 7, 2018
To my swedish friend @Nonne sorry but the english fans singing in ikea is a bit funny lol x
— lynette woodhead (@stargatebarbie) July 7, 2018
On a more serious note, the London Ambulance Service revealed that a car was damaged by celebrating fans while a paramedic was on call.
The car is now off the road while it is repaired.
Meanwhile in Manchester, England fans were pictured jumping on a police van while officers were busy elsewhere.
We're delighted with the result, but this has put a big dampener on the celebrations for us: while our officer attended a call nearby, this car was damaged in Borough High Street during the celebrations after the game - it's now off the road to be repaired. pic.twitter.com/V71kOEn4OO
— London Ambulance (@Ldn_Ambulance) July 7, 2018
— Manchester News MEN (@MENnewsdesk) July 7, 2018