Oh, kids. Sometimes they say (and do) the darndest things.
Like crawl under the toilet stall door of a complete stranger asking for help to wash their hands. Wait… what?!
While dining with his family at a Chick-fil-A restaurant in the US state of Tennessee, four-year-old Levi Stevens needed a little… assistance washing up before his meal.
So he did what any curious kid would do and decided to ask a responsible looking adult. Except, this adult just happened to be in a stall. Doing his business. Pants down and all.
“What’s your name?” little Levi asks as he LITERALLY CRAWLS under the door.
“I want somebody to hold me and help me wash my hands. Do you wanna help me?”
Andrew Hall, an employee at the restaurant and Levi’s chosen helper of choice, filmed the whole exchange, and shared it on Twitter in a tweet which has now gone viral.
Chick Fil a never ceases to amaze me. And yes it was my pleasure! pic.twitter.com/GZoB7Bm5T7
— drew. (@achandrew13) March 27, 2018
“I think your mum’s outside bro,” Andrew says, attempting to make the child GO AWAY so he can poop in peace.
But then Levi does something that every parent who’s ever had to drag a child along to a public restroom has experienced: he opens the stall door (from the inside) and waltzes on out, leaving Andrew at the mercy of the other strangers in the room.
“Can you just shut the door behind you?” Andrew says, to which Levi replies: “You just gotta lock it.”
Thanks for the tip, Levi.
Levi’s dad, Len, stumbled upon the viral Twitter video and apologised for his “very, very friendly” son.
“That’s my boy. I’m terribly sorry for the intrusion. He’s very, very friendly, sometimes a bit too much,” Len wrote.