A mum has revealed the moment her daughter left her covered in poo after an accident on a playground slide in a scene straight out of The Inbetweeners.
Brittany Berry took two of her kids to the park and her daughter Sadie had a little accident.
The 33-year-old thought she had just wet herself but was left horrified when she realised it was a number two.
But things started to get worse for the mother-of-three when she realised she only had four baby wipes to clean her up.
In her brutally honest Facebook post – which has gone viral – Brittany told how little Sadie then ran off while she was cleaning her up.
To her horror, her little girl then went down the slide completely naked leaving it covered in poo.
Brittany – also mum to Layla and Arriona – then had to dash home to get more wipes so she could clean the slide but she couldn’t reach the messy section in the middle.
Armed with a wipe, she decided to go down the slide herself so she could wipe away the last of the poo.
As if things weren’t bad enough, she then ended up getting covered in it.
And then to her horror another family had arrived at the previously deserted park and had witnessed her flawed clean-up mission.
Brittany’s social media post has now been shared 289,000 times and has attracted 200 comments.
It was a scene that could have been right out the Inbetweeners, echoing when Neil left Will covered in poo when he had an accident on a waterslide as they holidayed in Australia.
In the post, she started saying: “I’ve debated on sharing this, just because it’s so embarrassing and I failed as a mother on so many different levels.
“But I think it needs to be said, if only to serve as birth control for the younger generation.”
Brittany, of Kentucky, USA then tells how she picked Sadie up from school and watches her and her other little girl Layla in the park.
“At one point Sadie goes down the slide and then walks in front of me and I see ‘wet’ shorts,” she added.
Brittany went on: “Then I start to change her and I realize it’s a poop-trophe.
“I’m talking on of them poops you usually see in a newborn, where it’s all up then back and down their legs and you contemplate just throwing the whole baby away.
“Still I’m not panicked, been there, done that, multiple times.
“I get a diaper and wipes, the wipes feel light. I start cleaning her up and there’s only FOUR wipes.
“This isn’t a four wipe kind of poop it’s pressure washer or open fire hydrant kind of poop.”
Brittany explained her daughter had “poop up her back in her hair, down her legs to her knees, even on her shoes”.
She then turned away looking for more wipes, when she heard “squeak of skin getting stuck to a plastic slide”.
“I look up and yes, of course, it’s Sadie. She’s going down the slide, butt naked, covered in poop, leaving a long skid mark of poop all the way down,” she said.
“At this point I just give up. I chase down Layla, wrap Sadie in a blanket and buckle them in their car seats and leave.”
Brittany then decided she had to do the right thing and clean the slide, going to her home five minutes away to get more wipes.
She decided to “go down” the slide and wipe as she went – only to then notice another family glaring at her.
“They never got out of the car. I genuinely think that we’re afraid of me, after all, I was an overweight seemingly childless adult, on children’s playground equipment.”
Brittany added: “Anyway, now dying of embarrassment, I rush to throw away my wipes and get in the van. I look down and realize there’s poop all over my shirt.”
She went on: “Moral of the story? Always bring extra wipes, extra clothes, extra blankets, extra everything!
“Don’t clean out your car, ever. And if you aren’t mentally, emotionally, and physically prepared to roll around in another person’s feces… use a condom.”