This Little Boy Crawling Into a Stranger's Bathroom Stall at a Chick-fil-A Is the Best Thing You'll Watch All Day

4-year-old Levi Stevens just needed help washing his hands!

Kids are the best because they have no real sense of reality—their optimistic energy and enthusiastic wonder is balanced by an unfiltered entitlement and candidness. Luckily, these qualities make for some pretty hilarious moments, one of which was captured by Andrew Hall while inside the men’s room of a Chick-fil-A in Lynchburg, Virginia.

Yes, while going to the bathroom, Andrew had an unexpected visitor who just needed some help washing his hands. The whole transaction was caught on video and already has 11.3 million views on Twitter—you have to check this out.

Chick Fil a never ceases to amaze me. And yes it was my pleasure!

— drew. (@achandrew13) March 27, 2018

We can’t stop laughing when the little boy, Levi Stevens, reminds Andrew, “You just got to lock it.” Andrew responds, “Yea, I’ll lock it, thanks bro.” Or how about in the beginning when the kid peaks under the stall to ask Andrew what his name is, automatically taking his response as an invitation to come in—pure gold.

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Hall told WSET, “I just see his little head pop under the stall, and I was like, ‘This kid’s not actually going to come under here, is he? I’m just gonna start recording in case something happens.'”

As it turns out, the 4-year-old boy’s mother saw Andrew’s clip on Twitter and turned to Facebook to further explain how that exchange went down.

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Levi’s dad even got involved, reaching out to Andrew on Twitter, thanking him for being so kind to his son. The continuation of these interactions between strangers is too amazing.

Hey, Drew. That’s my boy. I’m terribly sorry for the intrusion. He’s very, very friendly, sometimes a bit too much. You handled it extremely well. Thanks for being kind to him. I truly appreciate your understanding and sense of humor about this!

— Len Stevens (@LenStevens1) March 27, 2018

Of course, Andrew responded stating what we are all thinking, this kid is seriously, “fearless and defiantly outgoing.”

No no Mr. Stevens it’s ok he was just doing what kids do. I’m sure I did the same thing back in the day. You got a good kid he seems fearless and defiantly outgoing.

— drew. (@achandrew13) March 27, 2018

As you can imagine, the video sparked thousands of comments—one girl even sharing her similar experience.

LMAO so relatable

— kara anne (@bfc4_kara) March 27, 2018

We love a positive, feel-good dose of news to break up all the craziness in the media. This viral moment is too cute and we are so happy Andrew decided to share. Oh, to be a kid again.

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