A Tinder user is raising money to replace a window that was damaged after his date got stuck climbing out his bathroom trying to retrieve a poo she threw out the window.
Liam Smyth set up a GoFundMe campaign to raise £200 to replace his bathroom window after the Tinder date went awry.
The Bristol student explains the story on his fundraising page: “I recently took a girl I met on tinder to Nandos. We had a lovely evening, and enjoyed each others company very much. After our meal, we repaired back to my house for a bottle of wine and a scientology documentary.
“About an hour in to Louis Theroux and chill, my date got up to use the toilet. She returned with a panicked look in her eye, and told me she had something to tell me.
“”I went for a poo in your toilet”, she told me “and it would not flush. I don’t know why I did this, but I panicked”, she continued “I reached into the toilet bowl, wrapped it in tissue paper, and threw it out of the window”.”
Smyth says that despite being “understandably concerned”, he offered to go outside and recover the ejected excrement so they could carry on with their date.
However, owing to a design quirk of the house, the toilet window did not open to the garden, but instead to a narrow gap of about a foot and a half penned in by another double glazed window.
“It was into this twilight zone that my date had thrown her poo,” Smyth explains.
Despite offers to smash the window, “being an amateur gymnast”, his date was convinced she could reach into this enclosure and retrieve the offending item.
Smyth describes the scene: “She climbed in head first after her own turd, reached deeper into the window, bagged it up, and passed it out, over the top and back into the toilet from whence it came.
“She called out to me to help her climb out from the window, I grabbed her waist and I pulled. But she was stuck. Stuck fast.”
After failed attempts to remove his date from the window, Smyth called the fire brigade, who rescued his date unharmed.
However, after the ordeal, Smyth found he had been quoted over £300 for the damage done to his house’s window, and decided to set up a GoFundMe campaign to raise money for the replacement window.
After the story went viral, the campaign has so far raised £1,875 of its £200 goal.
See the GoFundMe campaign here.