A British Royal Navy Merlin helicopter flying over Dartmoor, England, took out several porta-potties on May 6.

The Merlin, which was carrying a cannon at the time, flew too close to the ground near a row of portable toilets. Sheer air force hurled them over as toilet paper flew like streamers across the sky.

“The first helicopter sent up a bit of a dust cloud and knocked over a bin but we never expected what happened next!” Phil Rhymes, the individual who recorded the incident, told The Huffington Post.

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The aircraft was lifting the field guns in preparation for the Ten Tors — an intense annual hike run by the British military.

Luckily, no one was injured within or by the rogue toilets.


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Watch the Merlin take out a row of porta-potties here.