Kelly Osbourne was feeling mighty pissed Sunday afternoon.

The brash Brit was enjoying the Pride Parade in New York City with her friend Sam Smith when she got the urge to tinkle. Osbourne attempted to use the restroom at a Starbucks on the corner of 6th Ave. and 27th St., only to be directed elsewhere. Osbourne subsequently peed her pants.

The 32-year-old Project Runway Juniors judge vented about the experience on Twitter, where she has over 4 million followers. "SHAME on U @Starbucks #PissedMyOwnPants in this location because UR shameful employees refused to let me use the [toilet]," she wrote. "I have piss in my shoe." Osbourne decided to include a picture of the location rather than of her soiled pants.

Starbucks responded to dozens of complimentary tweets from other Twitter users, but the company did not reply to Osbourne via Twitter until hours later. "Hi Kelly, I apologize for your experience & want to help," a customer service rep wrote. "Please DM me so I can discuss this with you further. Thanks!"

In a statement to E! News, a spokesperson for Starbucks said Monday, "We are working to follow up with Ms. Osbourne to clarify any confusion. There simply is no restroom in this store, and inquiring customers are typically directed to a store a few blocks away. We sincerely apologize for any misunderstanding and hope to welcome Ms. Osbourne back for a beverage on us very soon!"

Osbourne's weekend was troubled from the start, as she got stuck in a sample size dress Friday and offered her Instagram followers photo proof. "When the dress is too big for your body but too small for your ass," she said. "I've been in this bathroom for 20 minutes trying to get it off!"

Aside from wetting herself, Osbourne seemed to have a great time at Sunday's parade, where she rode on the amfAR float. In one caption with Smith, she joked, "The Brits are taking over."

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