Toddler’s poo rolls into next cubicle
A MORTIFIED mum is searching for the unlucky woman taken by surprise when her daughter's poo fell from her trousers and rolled into the next toilet cubicle.
Embarrassed Louise Isaac scrambled desperately for two-year-old Mila's poo as it rolled towards the unsuspecting toilet user, but failed to catch the flighty faecal matter.
The 25-year-old, from Devon in the UK, now wants to find the woman and apologise, after she became unwittingly embroiled in her daughter's messy toilet trip.
"We were walking through town and as we got to the bottom of Royal Parade [in Plymouth] she said 'I have pooed'," Ms Isaac told Plymouth Herald.
"I thought 'oh no' because I had left the changing bag in the car. I went to the nearest toilets which was the market. I couldn't find any baby changing so we just went in to a cubicle, the three of us, which was a squeeze.
"As I pulled down her jeans, I was trying to pull the pull-up down really carefully, and I didn't realise how much she had pooed. As I was pulling it down the poo just fell out, and because her back was to the adjoining cubicle that is how it rolled under. It just went on the floor. I was like 'oh no!' and I was grabbing for it and I said 'sorry!' to the person next door."
She has now taken to Facebook in a bid to apologise to the woman for the potty-training disaster because "it can't be nice having poo coming into your cubicle".
But it seems the victim of the poo invasion may also be embarrassed about what happened, and has so far failed to speak up.
To find the unlucky woman, Ms Isaac also sent to the post to blogger The Unmumsy Mum.
But despite the post gaining more than 11,000 reactions on Facebook and 7700 more on Instagram, Ms Isaac still can't find the unfortunate occupier.
"I originally posted to my timeline. So many people found it funny and someone suggested sending it to The Unmumsy Mum," she said.
"I posted it on her wall and overnight it gained a massive amount of likes and shares. From there The Unmumsy Mum shared it and it just went nuts. Thousands of people were liking it and sharing their potty training horror stories in the comments. It was really funny to read the comments and there were definitely worse stories than ours."
This story originally appeared in The Sun and has been republished here with permission.