High Schooler Having Breakdown in the Bathroom Interrupted By Shamelessly Loud Pooper
Fabbiha Afrin, an 18-year-old from North Penn High School, Pennsylvania, has gone viral after her tearful break down in a public restroom was rudely interrupted by another person taking a “violent shit”.
It all began in a high school bathroom stall where the teen was hoping for some privacy to calm herself down during an emotional moment but as it turns out, there was another person in that very moment who was also hoping for some privacy, but for a completely different reason.
Fabbiha told BuzzFeed News: “I went to the bathroom to calm myself down and next thing I know someone’s pooping very violently next to me. There’s nothing wrong with that but I just thought the timing was hilarious so I decided to record.”
The intimate moment between the two strangers was caught on video by the teen and shared on her Twitter account where it has been shared over 45,000 times and viewed nearly 2.3 million times. There really is no way to accurately describe the sound effects in the video so you’ll just have to watch it for yourself, but make sure the volume is turned up first.
The student admitted that she couldn’t have foreseen how viral the video would become. “It’s crazy! I didn’t think I would get this many responses since I didn’t have too many followers. But I’m glad the video is making people laugh. I’ve always wanted to go viral so I can cross this off my bucket list,” she said.
Following the overwhelming response to her video, Fabbiha went on a short hiatus by temporarily deactivating her account but quickly returned to reply to the many comments of solidarity, criticisms, and everything in between.
She wrote in a followup tweet, “Whoever was taking that shit next to me in the bathroom better come clean bc we goin viral on twitter.”
Whoever was taking that shit next to me in the bathroom better come clean bc we goin viral on twitter
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