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Billie Eilish has revealed her dog had a bit of an accident in her bedroom, in turn ruining thousands of dollars' worth of designer trainers... WARNING: CONTAINS PRETTY GROSS FOOTAGE THAT FEATURES A LOT OF DOG POO.
Sure, most of us are used to catching our four-legged pals doing something they know they shouldn't, coming home to find them glaring up at you with those apologetic eyes - an empty packet of sausages beside them, or a sofa cushion sporting fresh, incriminating bite marks.
Usually, however, the damage is more inconvenient than particularly costly... Unless you're Billie Eilish, that is, whose shoes cost a little bit more than ours tend to.
Eilish - who loves footwear so much that she once spent more than $2,000 on a shopping trip with Complex - shared an Instagram Story revealing that her beloved trainer collection had been somewhat tainted by her dog. Or, rather, her dog's bowel movements.
She explained how she came into the room and could smell something strange.
"I walk into my room and I smell s***," she said.
"I'm like, damn, did I step on s*** in the yard and I came inside with it?"
She continued: "This is what I find. This is what I f***ing find."
According to BuzzFeed, the shoes that her pooch decided to poo on were worth a fair wedge - not least the Air Jordan x Dior sneakers, which are estimated to cost up to £6,000 ($7,918). OUCH.
They weren't the only ones defaced by the defecation, either.
BuzzFeed reports the Yeezy Foam Runner sneakers, which have been customised with a Louis Vuitton print and are 'basically impossible to find' cost 'a couple hundred bucks', while the Jordan 1s are also more than $100.
Add those to the Air Jordan 3s 'going for almost $200' and the retro 12s that cost 'almost 500 bucks', and suddenly the entire block of cheese your Labrador once ate doesn't seem so bad.
Thankfully, Eilish didn't seem too upset by the incident, later sharing a photo of her adorable, but very sorry-looking, pet.
"Oh you innocent now?" she joked.
Man fans have since commented on social media to express their condolences for the shoes - especially those Diors.
"Nooooooo not the Diors!" one person said.
"Oh the diyourrrrrs," another added.
Some even offered a few words of advice, with one writing: "Maybe don't leave your shoes out on the floor if they're worth thousands of dollars."
Someone else wrote: "You never line your shoes up like this... Keep in the box or in shoe containers, especially with a collection like this."
Featured Image Credit: Billie Eilish/Instagram
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