Ryan Landy, from Florida, U.S, left programmed his Roomba to clean up the floor when he is not at home, but when he came back, his house was a big shitty mess.

Ryan’s dog Apollo left a turd pile in the kitchen and the Roomba did not only fail to recognize it as an obstacle, it also proceeded to spread it throughout the house.

Ryan, a filmmaker who studied in New York, shared the horrific incident on Facebook where users couldn’t help but laugh. He wrote: “My new Roomba ran over my dog’s sh*t and proceeded to “clean” the rest of my house. I’m going to need therapy.” He added in a photo of the brown mess smushed into the crevices of the Roomba, because we all want to see that.



Did you ever fantasize about killing yourself and being reborn as a Roomba? I know I do on a daily basis. It is such a carefree and happy life a Roomba leads. Its only job is to vacuum. No pressure from society to get married, no dictator bosses and annoying colleagues, no traffic jams, bills, defiant printers and other office devices which decide not to work when you need them the most. The only worry it has is avoiding the occasional dog turd.

Thanks to the visionaries at Stolidus Simulation we can now have the Roomba experience without having to die and be reincarnated first. The game was developed in 2013 and is a bit dated by now, but we are hoping a 2019 version will be out soon. Check out the amazing gameplay video: