Now after he had gone out, his servants came and they saw, and behold, the doors of the upper room were locked, and they said, “Surely he is covering his feeta in the cool inner room.” Bible see other translations
A euphemism for going to the bathroom

“cool inner room.” This is a different word for “room” than the “upper room,” and may refer to an inner bathroom, or it may simply be another way of describing the cool upper room.

“covering his feet.” An idiom and euphemism for having a bowel movement, in the process of which a person covers their feet with their body. Saul did the same thing (1 Sam. 24:3).

Commentary for: Judges 3:24