A former Love Island star has admitted she accidentally ate some poo (Picture: Nine)
A TV star has revealed that she accidentally licked poo off her finger after mistaking it for chocolate.
Courtney Stubbs, who appeared on the third season of Love Island Australia in 2021, recently became a mum.
Four months ago, she welcomed daughter Penelope June Millar, who she shares with partner Jack Millar.
This week Courtney revealed she had a horrifying mix-up over the weekend.
Sharing a video on TikTok, she captioned the video: ‘TMI Incoming… 💩 surely this hasn’t just happened to me’.
She began her story by explaining: ‘I was just eating chocolate and I looked at my finger and it was brown.
‘I was like, yum chocolate… like I licked it off my fingers.’
However, she quickly realised she may have made a mistake.
Courtney Stubbs welcomed her daughter four months ago (Picture: Courtney Stubbs/ Instagram)
‘We were having white chocolate and I changed Penelope and she did a poo like an hour ago…’ she continued.
‘So, if you haven’t understood to make it clear I just licked s*** off my fingers.
‘I think I feel like a mum right now, very much.’
She appeared on Love Island in 2021 (Picture: Nine)
Despite her experience seeming pretty grim, Courtney did reassure fans there was no gross taste as her daughter’s poos ‘don’t smell yet’.
Unsurprisingly her admission sparked a strong reaction.
‘This one coulda stayed in the drafts. I’m cryingggg,’ one person commented.
Her partner, Jack Millar, appeared on Married at First Sight (Picture: Courtney Stubbs/ Instagram)
‘That would’ve been a real sh***y moment of realisation,’ someone else shared.
Another added: ‘You couldn’t pay me enough to put this on the internet but this is hilarious.’
Many others joked they planned to wear gloves when changing their future children’s nappies, while others reiterated the importance of remembering to wash hands after every change just in case.
When sharing the news of the birth of their daughter in November, Courtney and Jack shared a series of photos with their newborn and wrote they were experiencing ‘a love so magical words cannot describe’.
Love Island airs on Channel Nine in Australia.
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