A STUDENT who had to call 999 when his Tinder date got wedged in his lavatory window as she tried to chuck divided a poo has suggested he’s still looking for love.
After detrimental Liam Smith’s horror date hit the headlines last year, he vowed to take the hapless girl for a second splash – but has given suggested that she friendzoned him.
He said: “We still speak on Facebook every now and again and after going by all we have stayed friends.
“I’m singular at the moment but still looking of course.”
The 24-year-old had invited the unnamed lady back to his prosaic in Bristol to watch TV and share a bottle of booze after their Nandos meal.
But the date incited to disaster when she left to go to the toilet, and panicked when her poo wouldn’t flush.
Speaking on ITV’s Lorraine show, he told how the disaster unfolded – and suggested that it was him who threw the fatal faeces.
Retelling the story to Christine Lampard, he explained: “She said, ‘Liam I’m fearful to contend I’ve been to the toilet and it wouldn’t flush.'”
“I panicked a bit and we wrapped it up in hankie paper and threw it out of my window but unfortunately it got stuck between two panes of glass.
“She motionless she was going to stand into the window and grabbed it and upheld it out and we took it and put it back into the toilet.”
The firemen were forced to pound the potion to rescue the woman, definition that Liam was a lavatory window short.
He set up a Gofundme page to cover the cost of the potion – and lifted an additional £2,500 after his story went viral.
He has now separate the additional supports between the Fire Fighters Charity and Toilet Twinning.
They help build latrines for people vital in misery in building countries and the income has paid for 20 toilets in Malawi.
Liam said: “It was a crazy thing to happen, but it’s extraordinary to have had such an impact in the building universe as a result.
“I was awaiting to lift a few hundred quid for the window, and maybe get an talk on the internal radio. we was never awaiting this to go as distant as it did.”
Malawi encampment personality Spencer Khunga said: “There’s a big change.
“People used to have to go to the hospital a lot but now they are operative for the alleviation of the community.
“Every so often, we go turn checking people are soaking their hands with soap. Now we have a good life.”
Toilet Twnning CEO Lorraine Kingsley said: “Liam’s decision to discuss us in his crowdfunder was a PR present for us as the story went viral.
“It lifted the form opposite the universe and enabled 20 households in Malawi to have a life-changing loo, so we are intensely beholden to him.”
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