ONE Target employee is revealing a secret behind a hidden room and mirrors in the ceiling of some stores.
The employee took to TikTok to share Target's secret, showing a line of mirrors at the top of the store near the ceiling, with the caption, "They really do be watching us from above."
The TikToker then brings viewers through a code-locked door and up a flight of stairs.
It is then revealed that the mirrors at the top of the store's ceiling are really two-way mirrors.
These allow employees to see customers, and even employees, from a bird's eye view.
“If you see mirrors like this in a Target they are watching you,” the on-screen text reads.
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TikTokers had varying responses to the video's revelation.
"I’ve worked at target & they are not playing," one TikToker wrote.
"it’s no different then (sic) security cameras," someone else wrote.
A number of people commented on the video indicating that the mirrors may not be working as the store intended.
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"Well they aren’t doing a good job cause I walked out with an air fryer," one user wrote.
"Must not be going a good job walked out with a bag full of merchandise," someone else chimed in.
But other users seemed to think it was about more than just keeping an eye on customers.
"They’re watching the employees more than the customer," one TikToker wrote.
Some commenters also believed the mirrors were part of the store's office space.
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The video has been viewed more than 2.9million times.
Target did not immediately return a request for comment.
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