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Mum-To-Be Tries To Film Baby Moving, Accidentally Records Her Boyfriend Taking A Dump

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Mum-To-Be Tries To Film Baby Moving, Accidentally Records Her Boyfriend Taking A Dump

For any parent-to-be the moment their unborn baby kicks or moves for the first time is a momentous occasion. So please spare a thought for this poor woman who tried to film her pregnant belly moving, but actually recorded her partner very loudly taking a dump in the background. Beautiful.

Poppy Shepherd, who is 30 weeks pregnant, was lying in bed when she noticed that her unborn bubba was moving around inside and making her belly move.

Naturally, the awed mum-to-be wanted to capture the incredible moment, so quickly whipped out her phone, switched it to camera mode and began recording.

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So far, so lovely, right? Except, about halfway through the touching recording, her fiancé - and the baby's dad - Abraham Degg can be heard very loudly having a s*** in the background. Brings a tear to your eye, doesn't it?

Fortunately, Poppy saw the funny side and burst out laughing at the incident, before showing the clip to Abraham, who was so proud he decided to lash it up on Twitter so we could all get a laugh out of it. Thanks, pal.

The baby is due in January. Credit: Jam Press
The baby is due in January. Credit: Jam Press

Sharing the clip, he wrote: "The misses [sic] was filming the baby moving and you can hear me doing the biggest f****** s*** in the world."

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It wasn't just Poppy and Abraham who got a kick out of the clip, though. Since he shared the video, it's racked up more than 740,000 views and tens of thousands of likes.

Responding to one of the many, many comments on Twitter, Abraham said it 'was like giving birth'. Well, I'm sure his other half will have something to say about that in a few months...

Credit: Jam Press
Credit: Jam Press

Its popularity has been a bit of a surprise to the couple, with Abraham explaining: "My fiancée Poppy is 30 weeks pregnant and our baby is due on the 15 of January.

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"She filmed the video last week and I was pretty shocked at how much it was viewed.

"My advice is to try and be quiet when you're taking a s***."

Sterling advice, my friend - and all the best for the upcoming birth.

Featured Image Credit: Jam Press

Topics: uk news, Funny

Claire Reid
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