We do love an accidental text gone wrong.

Especially if it involves a mum and her bum.

Such is the case of Danie Cain, who has won the hearts of the internet after accidentally sending a photo of her bare bottom to carpet fitters.

The mum had been on the sunbed and burned her bum, so decided to take a picture of the damage to send to the man she’s seeing.

Instead she ended up sending it to Carpets At Home, a carpet and flooring shop she had been asking about prices.

She quickly apologised, writing: ‘omg omg omg wtf’. We relate.

Thankfully the company’s social media manager has said the photo will be hidden from ‘the lads’. They also recommended getting underlay on the flooring.

Danie is still deciding whether she can overcome the shame and get her floors done. We’d suggest she does – but she should ask for a cheeky discount.

She shared the exchange on Facebook, writing: ‘I’ve messaged a company for a price for a carpet on my stairs and landing, he’s asked me to send pics. I’m absolutely mortified. Make sure u check what u click.’

The conversation shows Danie asking whether the price for the stairs and landing would include underlay and grips, followed by the brand asking for a picture of the stairs.

Danie sent what was asked for… plus a photo of her burned bottom.

She immediately wrote: ‘Omg, omg omg wtf I’m so sorry I didn’t mean click on that last pic Iv burned my arse on the sunbed ffs I’m so sorry. I’m dying.’

Carpets At Home replied: ‘Don’t worry about it. Luckily I’m a girl so I can make sure the lads don’t see the pictures. Based on the picture for our budget carpet including underlay and fitting would be from £160 this includes gripper or without underlay would be more around £125.’

Danie ran into her eldest son’s room and asked for his help with the embarrassing mishap, then called the intended recipient of the photo to blame him – but he just laughed.

Danie said: ‘I had been on the sunbeds and burned my bum.

‘I’ve been kind of speaking to this lad and I was telling him about it and he said “oh my god send me a picture” so I did – that’s why it was on my camera roll then.

‘When I was asked to send a picture of my halls, stairs and landing I’ve clicked that as well.

‘I realised instantly that I’d sent that picture when they all came up on my screen.

‘I looked and messaged them “oh my god, I didn’t mean to send that I’m so so sorry, I’ve burned my bum on a sunbed”.

‘What makes it worse is those pictures that I sent in was of my stairs and landing before I decorated and it looks so scruffy on the pictures.

‘It’s all over the internet now and everybody’s going to be thinking “what a scrubber”.

‘I don’t know now if I could use the company now because they’ve all seen my bum.’

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