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