‘I knew I’d made a terrible mistake’ – Irish woman stuck upside down disposing of poo on first date in Britain speaks out
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‘I knew I’d made a terrible mistake’ – Irish woman stuck upside down disposing of poo on first date in Britain speaks out

THE IRISH woman rescued after getting stuck upside down in a window disposing of a poo on her first date has spoken out about the “cringe” inducing experience.

The anonymous student had to be saved by firefighters after she was left hanging upside down in a void between internal and external glazing at her date's home in Bristol.

Her unfortunate story went viral around the world when her date, Liam Smyth, launched an online fundraiser to replace his broken window.

The GoFundMe page has now raised over ten times its target of £200, with the excess cash going to a firefighting organisation and – of course – a charity which builds toilets in third world countries.

The mystery woman has now spoken out for the first time, admitting her spectacularly unsuccessful disposal attempt was a “panic response”.

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She took to Reddit to say she was “literally” on her knees “cringing and apologising” to Liam after the incident.

She added that she knew straight away that she had made a mistake in throwing her number two out the window – but was unable to lie about it and confessed to her date.

She wrote: "It's not something I'm proud of, but people are laughing, and if I'm making people happy then I'm not going to complain.

"It was a panic response and within seconds I knew I'd made a terrible mistake.

"I would have left, but I just couldn't do that to him.

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"I make bad choices sometimes but I like to think I'm not a bad person, and to me that would have been bad [to leave].

"I told him almost straight away - I couldn't lie about something like that."

She added that Liam was “so good about it” when she fessed up and that she is keeping her head down after being dubbed "the Shirehampton sh*t slinger."

"I swear I was literally on my knees cringing and apologising,” she said.

"He was so good about it though, just laughed with me rather than at me.

"It was one of the hardest things I've ever had to say."