Mario Lopez took to social media to share videos and photos of his partially destroyed backyard after severe rainstorms hit southern California this week, PEOPLE reports.
He kept his followers updated on the destruction on Instagram Thursday night and Friday morning. The Extra host's house sits on a hill and half of his yard fell in the street.
"So because of the rain, half my yard is in the street," Lopez said, adding that no one was hurt by the destruction. "Check that out. … There's the police officers, I got choppers in the sky. My playhouse didn't come down. This is unbelievable. No bocce for a while."
His wife, actress Courtney Mazza Lopez, quickly reminded him, "No showers for a while!"
She jokingly asked the officers, "Can we come to your house and shower?"
On Friday morning, Lopez, 43, showed the clean up progress with a photo and a video.
"So this is how it looks after Public City Works worked all night to try to get the debris out of the street," he said. "It was literally covering this whole block and my guys right here are moving the debris here completely out of the way."
He then asked the two men how it was coming along and added, "We've got a lot of trees, a lot of concrete and dirt and what else? The drain. So we gotta get it all out of here."
The father-of-two was very grateful no one was injured, including his kids. "Thank God my kids weren't playing in the yard and that no one got hurt," he said. "Neighbors or no one. But it is – wow. No more bocce for a while. That sucks."
Courtney shared a photo on Instagram of the actor wearing a poop emoji hat. "Yep…this pretty much sums up last night and today," she wrote.
At least the family has a positive attitude towards the unfortunate event!0comments
This article originally appeared on Womanista.com