If you tuned into This Morning earlier today, you will have watched the woman who hilariously fell through a window share her side of the story - although you might have struggled to recognise her with her clothes on.
Footage of Lisa Rowland's side-splitting mishap which occurred on 20 June last year has gone viral in recent days, forcing her to relive the moment she tumbled through a transom window and got trapped upside down while her chest was on show on national television. It was a day to remember, that's for sure.
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Hosts Alison Hammond and Dermot O'Leary could barely keep their composure while interviewing the mum on Friday morning (2 February) to get to the bottom of how she ended up 'hanging like a bat' in front of her entire street.
Most social media users will be well aware of the incident, seen as though it has been viewed more than 20million times and has been shared on every online platform known to man.
Rowland, accompanied by her sister and resident booster-upper who is also called Lisa, explained that she had left the house in summer last year to complete the school run, take her dog to the vets and to go shopping - but halfway through the supermarket, nature called.
During her appearance on This Morning, when asked why she didn't empty her bladder before she left, she responded: "I don't think that far ahead - as we can see."
After rushing home to relieve herself, the mum made the horror realisation that she had left her house keys inside while she was anxiously crossing her legs on her doorstep.
But Rowland then spotted a window of opportunity which she says was the 'only option' for her to get into her property.
She hatched a plan with her sister Lisa which involved her getting a leg up off the windowsill and slipping through the open window - while her sibling comically balanced one of her legs on her shoulders.
But as she was hoisted upwards, it soon became clear that her legs wouldn't fold through as she expected.
Donning a bandeau maxi dress, Rowland struggled to slide through as she intended and got stuck half in, half out of the tiny window - but then things really went t*ts up.
That's because the fabric of her dress had got caught up in the kerfuffle and ended up lowering itself - leaving her upside down with her naked chest on full display, all while Aretha Franklin's I Say A Little Prayer is playing in the background.
Her sister Lisa was left doubled over in amusement as she saw her sister suspended in mid-air with her knockers out and admitted she had to give up trying to help her as soon as 'the left one' also emerged from inside the dress.
"When I turned around and actually saw her lills hanging out it was like...I was completely dead," Lisa laughed.
Recalling the moment, Rowland told This Morning: "I tried to put it [her boob] back in! If you look, I tried while I was hanging and then they both...I let go of everything."
It turns out she really did let go of everything - including all control of her bladder.
Although you may have forgotten due to all the chaos that ensued, the mum really needed a wee.
She told Alison and Dermot: "I weed. Yeah. I did. I couldn't move, I was hanging like a bat. When I fell to the ground covered in urine, I think I was past the point of panic! I think I'd passed every point."
Lisa chimed in: "She come out the house and she was like literally, it's gone down my neck. I couldn't breathe, there was nothing I could do."
When asked if she had also lost control of her bladder, the sister said 'no comment' - but you can hardly blame her if she did p*ss herself while that's going on.
Luckily for us lot, Lisa's partner decided to film the whole thing as she knew it was 'going to go one of two ways', however, it wasn't any of them who shared the footage online.
Rowland explained she didn't even know it was circulating until she got a phone call saying: "You're all over Facebook!"
She continued: "I didn't know whether to laugh, cry, or lie. When I saw the amount of positive comments....the response, everyones just like - the laughter! I love a bit of laughter. If it's laughter it's all good.
"We didn't put it on any social media, we sent it between my mum's friends. Some woman - cheers Ruth in Northern Ireland! No one knows her, we don't know her, we don't know how she got it. But thank you Ruth, we've had a nice day out out of it."
Rowland has now started wearing her house keys on an elastic around her neck to ensure she never ends up in a similar situation again, as one whirl through the window while drenched in her own wee is enough to last her a lifetime.Featured Image Credit: ITV