When you've got to go, you've got to go.
Sometimes, that happens to be while you're on a moving train. And sometimes, the bathroom in the train runs out of toilet paper.
That's what happened to 16-year-old Adam Greenwood while traveling via Virgin Trains.
When Greenwood realized the dire state of affairs, he tweeted at the company, initially as a gag rather than a cry for help.
I've just had a reasonably large poo and there is no toilet roll left on the @virgintrains 19.30 train from Euston to Glasgow pls send help. — Adam (@AdamPlaysYT) December 2, 2014
Then, a miracle happened and Virgin Trains responded by tweeting this:
@AdamPlaysYT Which coach, Adam? ^MW — Virgin Trains (@VirginTrains) December 2, 2014
Greenwood swiftly let it known what train car he was in, and the Twitter account sent help.
@AdamPlaysYT We'll send someone down to you ^MW — Virgin Trains (@VirginTrains) December 2, 2014
The toilet paper finally arrived.
@VirginTrains pic.twitter.com/esU36mJtZd — Adam (@AdamPlaysYT) December 3, 2014
Greenwood took care of his business and the day was saved. A few days later, Greenwood was traveling with Virgin Trains again, so the company decided to make a cute joke on Twitter.
@VirginTrains bezzies tbh. Travelling via yourselves on Saturday - let's have some fun! — Adam (@AdamPlaysYT) December 3, 2014