A DAD has shared a hilarious yet horrifying account of how he was left cleaning up after his daughter covered her room with poo.
Parenting can be a joyful experience but, as every mum and dad will know, kids' nappies can often be a nightmare.
One dad found out the hard way how perilous a poo-filled nappy can be, after his toddler daughter decided to take hers off and play with its contents, The Sun UK reported.
Jesse Mab-Phea Hill, from Omaha, Nebraska, in the US, turned his daughter Alessandra's faeces fiasco into a
Facebook post so hilarious that it went viral - his words obviously striking a chord with parents across the globe.
In the post, which has now been shared over 110,000 times, the dad wrote: "So I was having a pretty good day.
"Dropped the boy off at school, worked out, let the dogs outside and began chilling like a boss in my man cave in the basement.
"Mayra was out teaching her workout class, Alessandra was sleeping in her room and the dogs were outside.
"I had the house to myself and I was taking full advantage of watching unimpeded YouTube videos.
"I scan the basement from the stairs thinking the dogs dropped a deuce before I let them outside.
"I see nothing…. And then my blood runs cold when I realise the stink is coming from the upper floor."
Fearing the worst, the panicked dad ran up to little Alessandra's room - where he was faced with a stinky disaster zone.
"I'm not talking a little poop here and there on her.
"I'm talking layered on globs of human faecal matter covering her arms, legs, face and HAIR.
"It's bad. It's worse than any other time she decided to explore in her diaper."
And poor Jesse went on to explain the poo explosion in all its gory detail, adding: "Everything on the right side of the room is covered in steaming baby cr**.
"The walls, the toys, the windows, the curtains, the play bench, the floor, the baby piano, my hopes, all covered in crap. It looked like a real category 5 s*** storm blew thru her room.
"Hurricane S***rina if you will."
This article originally appeared on The Sun.
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