Mom takes a tumble during school sports day race and flashes other parents

Mom takes a tumble during school sports day race and flashes other parents

One mom has proven that she won’t be making the country’s athletics line-up any time soon.

Taking to Facebook to share her story, 36-year-old mom Katie Hannaford shared several posts last week to mark her daughter’s school sports day.

After being convinced to take part in the parent race (always the most exciting part of any sports day, in my humble opinion), the doting mom took to the start line and awaited her race to begin.

However, little did the residents of Basildon in Ess*x know – there was a full moon approaching.

In her first post, Katie shared a photo and video of her daughter on the big day, along with the caption: “Great day at Sports day for my little cherub. Come first in her race as well love her. Lessons learnt… I’m no longer 21 and shouldn’t run in the mums race and don’t ever wear a dress when running.”

In her follow-up post, Katie shared a video that backed up her statement.

As she darts from the starting line, Katie unfortunately l0ses her footing and takes a face-first tumble to the ground. What’s even more unfortunate is that her blue dress then flips over her body, revealing her bum and und!es to the watching crowd of fellow parents, students, and teachers.

However, she certainly saw the funny side, posting the video to Facebook with the caption: “When the kids got more at sports day than they were expecting! Haha!”

“If you can’t laugh at yourself then what’s life about ay! Sorry kiddo’s and anyone else watching!”

Since sharing the video on June 15, it has amassed more than 400,000 views on Facebook, with hundreds of people flooding the comments section with their reaction to Katie’s luckless trip.

“Poor woman I would have been mortified,” one Facebook user commented.

A second joked: “It’s rumoured that a lot of husbands slept on the couch that night.”

One support commented: “You absolute legend sharing this! Styling it out. Better luck for the next race.”

Katie – perhaps you’ll do better in the beanbag toss?

I shall bear this in mind whenever my kid asks me to run against the other dadd!es…


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