Talk about a sh*tty situation.

A 4-year-old boy in the UK made a doo doo on the wrong throne.

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A family had a crappy accident while making their way through an appliance store. Mother Caroline, Father Aaron, and their kid's 4-year-old son, Jacob, and daughters Frankie, 3, and Eliza, 1, were on the search for a washing line when they ended up strolling down the toilet display section.

As soon as the two parents turned their backs, little Jacob decided it was time to go, and when I say "go" I mean GO! Jacob mounted one of the store's display toilets and responded to nature's call.

A rather interesting smell filled the air and mother Caroline turned around noticing little Jacob on the big John. She ran over to the toilet display and told the defecator to "get off.”


Mom's first action was to go to the car to get wet wipes. When she came back, Jacob was still sitting on the toilet because he "‘needed to finish’ and hubby didn’t know what else to do.”

“He was still on the toilet so I proceeded to help wipe his bum still and explain that the toilets in shops are not actual toilets,” said Caroline.

Father Aaron had the best job of the day. He had to fish the “very big poo” out of the display toilet.

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Photos were taken of the silly accident and dad going on his first fishing trip. View Photos on New York Post.

Thankfully the appliance store staff wasn't angry about it. “The young shop assistant couldn’t stop laughing but also completely ignored the situation, don’t blame the lad,” Caroline wrote on Facebook.

Caroline told NeedToKnow.com, “At first we were mortified but then we found it funnier and funnier. I quick-paced back to the car park to get wet wipes and nappy bags and couldn’t stop laughing then. He said his sister, Frankie, said he could use it. Eliza was oblivious to it all and happy just playing on the toilets.”

There is only one thing left to say here... At least the kid is potty trained.

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