Dad scoops son’s poo out of B&Q display toilet after toddler thought it was real

Two parents have been left horrified after their toddler took a poo during a trip to B&Q with the youngster mistaking the display toilet for a real one.

Caz Owen and Aron Akhtar had taken a trip to B&Q in Glastonbury when their little boy mistook a dummy toilet for a real one.

A horrified Aron had to retrieve the poo from the toilet with the distraught looking dad fishing out his son's poo from the dummy toilet, wincing as his hand descends into the bowl.

The pair took to Facebook to talk of the hilarious gaffe after the toddler finished his bathroom routine.

A Facebook post from Caz revealed she had taken her eyes off of son, J, for just a second when he decided it was time to use the toilet.

Caz wrote: "Can't quite believe what's happened. J has taken a very big poo in one of the B&Q display toilets.

"Only went in for a washing line, turned around and J is sat on one of the toilets. Ran to say get off but it was very much too late."

The mum says she left the store to pick up some cleaning products but returned to find J still mounted on the throne and finishing his business.

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Caz continued: "I left to get wet wipes and came back to him still sat on there because he ‘needed to finish’ and hubby didn’t know what else to do."

The now-viral Facebook post showed the wincing dad reaching deep to retrieve his son's poo, with a store worker finding the funny side of the situation along with tens of thousands on the social media app.

Caz added: "The young shop assistant couldn’t stop laughing but also completely ignored the situation, don’t blame the lad."

A B&Q spokesperson, speaking to The Sun, said: "We work hard to stock everything our customers need, when they need it – but everything, including our toilets, is usually for home use."

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