Watch: 4-year-old boy hilariously crawls under someone’s restroom to help him wash his hands

Image via @achandrew13's Twitter account
  • A young boy named Levi asked for help by intruding a guy inside another cubicle in a restroom
  • The man inside named Andrew captured the hilarious moment and posted it online
  • The funny video was viewed by over 11 million netizens

A viral video with 11.7 million views – wherein a young boy named Levi Stevens literally went beyond the usual to seek assistance – is making rounds online.

The 4-year-old kid from Virginia, United States bothered a man using a restroom at Chik-fil-A fast food branch to get help in washing his hands.

The hilarious short clip was captured by the guy inside the Gent’s room cubicle named Andrew (@achandrew13). He posted it on his Twitter account on March 26 and the post has then gathered more than 692,000 likes and over 278,000 re-tweets.

In the video, the very innocent boy was seen crawling down the cubicle to politely ask Andrew to help him wash his hands. Then, Andrew laughingly said that he thinks his mom is outside. Finally, the youngster opened the cubicle’s door without being unable to fully lock it when he left.

The funny but awkward incident reached Levi’s dad Len Stevens’ attention. He reached out to Andrew on Twitter and apologized for his son’s intrusion.

He wrote,“Hey, Drew. That’s my boy. I’m terribly sorry for the intrusion. He’s very, very friendly, sometimes a bit too much.”

Len, an executive director of external communications at Liberty University,Virginia, also told Andrew that he handled his boy and the situation “extremely well.” Levi’s dad thanked him for being nice to his young lad and appreciated Andrew’s understanding and sense of humor about the awkward situation in the public restroom.

Andrew responded nicely and said, “..it’s ok he was just doing what kids do. I’m sure I did the same thing back in the day.”

He then described the ever-innocent Levi to be someone who is fearless and outgoing.

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