As she described in a Facebook post, during a trip to IKEA with her mom and three kids, the Southern California mom noticed a "well dressed, middle-aged man" who was "circling the area, getting closer to me and the kids." She says at one point he even came right up to her and her kids: "Instinctively I put myself between he and my mobile son," she writes. "I had a bad feeling."
Eventually, the stranger was joined by "another man dressed more casually and in his 20s," she writes, who also circled her and her family, while, as Toyos put it, seemingly pretending to shop.
At this point, a frightened Toyos and her mom decided to stop and sit in one of those little display rooms to wait for the men to move on. But weirdly, the men didn't move away from them.