Bristol lad, Liam Smyth and his date (who would prefer to remain unnamed) had a lovely evening together at Nandos.
Shit had gone so well, Smyth invited her back to his place for some Netflix & Chill - a Louis Theroux doco if we're getting into details.
However, sounds like the Nandos went straight through her... After excusing herself to the bathroom, she let one big ol' stinker loose - so big it blocked the toilet.
In a panic, the woman picked up the poo and threw it out the window - and in quite literally the worst case scenario, the poo got jammed in a narrow gap between two window panes.
Believe it or not, shit gets worse.
Rather than walking away from the poo stuck in his window, leaving his house immediately and never speaking to him again, the unnamed woman gathered up her lady balls and told Smyth what had happened.
And this is when shit REALLY hit the fan... or window.
Smyth helped lower his date out the window into the gap between the houses where she then got stuck upside-down and had to be rescued by fire fighters.
Smyth explained: "She climbed in head first after her own turd, reached deeper into the window, bagged it up, and passed it out, over the top and back into the toilet from whence it came.
She called out to me to help her climb out from the window, I grabbed her waist and I pulled. But she was stuck."
Smyth has since launched a GoFundMe page to repair his broken window, which raised well over $500 NZD within the first couple hours of going live.
Smyth says he'll give the excess funds to two charities; Toilet Twinning, a charity that builds and maintains flushing toilets in the developing world, and the Fire Fighters Charity because Smyth said "the guys who came to the house were brilliant, took everything in good humour, and professional".
Louis Theroux - director of the doco they were watching when shit hit the window - tweeted that he's "honoured to be part of this important story."
And despite this sounding like the most awkward date of all time, the pair actually met up after the experience to discuss the crowdfunder page.
And what's even cuter, Smyth is open to seeing her again.
Telling The Daily Mail: "She's a lovely girl - I'm not sure what's going to happen - I'm really busy with my dissertation at the moment but I'd certainly be open to seeing her again."
(Ro the web girl)