Coronation Street actress Lucy Fallon has taken to social media to confess to an embarrassing wee-related incident.
The 22 year old, who plays Bethany Platt on the ITV soap revealed to her followers that she was watching comedian Chris Rock on his stand-up tour, Total Blackout, when the hilarious moment happened.
While sharing a cosy-looking snap of herself alongside boyfriend Tom Leech, the actress revealed...
"We watched @chrisrock and I laughed so much a little bit of wee came out," she wrote next to the image. "So what???"
And it seems that plenty of Lucy's 243,000 followers thought that her caption was hilarious. Lots of them commented on the image - most agreeing that the same thing could happen to anyone!
Since joining Corrie back in 2015 the young actress has become a firm favourite with viewers, tackling some of the soap's most gripping storylines to date.
I laughed so much a little bit of wee came out!
Fans recently saw her alter ego, Bethany, battle though a horrific grooming storyline, where she found herself a victim of sex crimes thanks to fiancee Nathan Curtis.
But since the ordeal of Nathan's trial saw him thrown behind bars, things are looking up for Bethany now that she's found love with best friend Craig Tinker.
But, Bethany's hiding a secret. Little does Craig know she is moonlighting as a lap dancer.
Lucy told the Radio Times recently that this latest twist in Bethany's storyline follows on from her harrowing grooming ordeal...
"In Bethany’s mind, she is laughing at all of the men – she is taking back control of her body and over the way men look at her and approach her," she told the magazine.
"If she is giving them a lap dance, she controls what they do to her, for example they can’t touch her and she takes their money."
The truth is set to be exposed in tomorrow night's Coronation Street when policeman Craig gets called to a disturbance where Bethany works - only for him to come face-to-face with his girlfriend.
How will he react to the news Bethany has been lying to him about something so huge? Find out tomorrow in the Corrie Monday night double bill on ITV at 7.30 and 8.30.