Chick Fil a never ceases to amaze me. And yes it was my pleasure! pic.twitter.com/GZoB7Bm5T7— drew. (@achandrew13) March 27, 2018
Andrew Hall thought he was in the privacy of his own stall when he went to do his business in a Chick-fil-A bathroom, that is, until a toddler named Levi crawled under the stall to ask for help washing his hands. In a hilarious video shared to Twitter, Levi asks Andrew his name, and upon getting an answer, he decides that's a formal enough introduction to share an intimate moment with a stranger. Which is just so typical, because toddlers, bless their hearts, are the worst.
Although the 36-second video is a little awkward — after all, Drew literally has his pants at his ankles — anyone who's ever met a toddler, let alone parented one, knows that this interaction is hilariously representative of this age group. The kid just needed some help washing his hands (and when he was denied, he had the common decency to see himself out of the stall, leaving Drew to do his thing . . . with an unlocked and wide-open door). Once the video went viral, Levi's dad, Len Stevens, replied to Drew's tweet to apologize, stating that his boy is pretty friendly.
"Hey, Drew. That's my boy. I'm terribly sorry for the intrusion. He's very, very friendly, sometimes a bit too much. You handled it extremely well. Thanks for being kind to him. I truly appreciate your understanding and sense of humor about this!" Len wrote. The dad then retweeted the video on his own account with the caption: "Oh boy. Levi, no!"
Toddlers, man, amirite?