Well, that’s one massive load of sh*t, literally.

We can all agree that the Roomba robot vacuum is the easiest way to clean the house. While it knows how to detect walls and objects, this is not the case for dog poo.

Unfortunately, a Florida man learnt the hard way.

Upon leaving his house, he thought he’d turn his Roomba on so his home was clean by the time he returned. Next minute, it was messier than it was before.

The Roomba had not only slid through his dog’s poo, it had smeared it throughout the house.

“My new Roomba ran over my dog’s sh*t and proceeded to ‘clean’ the rest of my house. I’m going to need therapy,” he wrote, alongside a picture of the poo smushed into the crevices of the machine.

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He even posted an update when people started questioning why he would let his dog poo inside.

“Due to popular demand, here’s the sh*tter! His name’s Apollo.

“Also for those wondering, we rescued him recently and he’s not fully trained yet. So we keep the Roomba closed off in whatever room it’s cleaning, unfortunately, some of my pets know how to open doors, which is what lead to the catastrophe. You learn from your mistakes.”

Sh*t happens.