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    This Woman Shared This Amazing Photo Of Her Little Brother After He Got Caught Peeing In A Drawer

    The theory is he was too busy playing with his tablet to use the bathroom, which, I mean, fair enough.

    On Tuesday, Phoebe Bartlett, a 21-year-old from Bournemouth, England, shared this amazing photo of her 3-year-old little brother Freddie.

    People are sort of obsessed with it. The picture of Freddie has been retweeted over 21,000 times.

    There's A LOT going on in the pic.

    Bartlett said she took the photo after her mom called in to her little brother's room.

    Twitter: @phoebebartlett_

    "What happened was mum could smell wee in her room for about a week, but couldn't find a patch from the dog, so she asked my brother if the wee was in her room," Bartlett said. "Then he opened the drawer and she screamed and said, 'Did you do this?' and he then said he did, haha!"

    That's when Bartlett was called in, saw the whole thing, and took the photo of Freddie crying next to his piss drawer.

    But the most important question of all here is: Why pee in the drawer???

    "He's only 3 years old," Bartlett said. "He must have been doing it while he's in his room watching his tablet, which is also on the drawer, and can't be bothered to go to the toilet, so he opened the drawer and was peeing in there."

    Apparently, Bartlett's mom threw the drawer away. It turns out if you regularly pee in a drawer for about week, it doesn't smell very good.

    Obviously, the reactions online have been mixed — mainly a combination of horror and disgust.

    But also, people kind of love it too.

    "Some people think it's hilarious and the best tweet, whereas others find it disgusting and think I'm a horrible sister," Bartlett said. "But at the end of the day, it's my brother, and my mum is fine with it, so it's OK!"

    Twitter: @phoebebartlett_

    Oh, and, as for why Freddie was dressed like Batman, well...

    "He loves wearing Batman and Spiderman costumes and always wears them," Bartlett said.