Who's got the golden toilet? Thieves make off with $1.25 million commode

"America": a fully-functioning solid gold toilet at Blenheim Palace in Woodstock, England.

It’s a case for the poo-lice!

A solid-18-karat gold toilet, valued at more than $1.25 million, was stolen from the UK’s Blenheim Palace —the family home of Winston Churchill.

Originally installed at New York's Guggenheim Museum, the toilet, called, “America,” was created by Italian artist Maurizio Cattelan. But then the fancy, functional commode was installed in its new home of Woodstock, in Oxfordshire, England — just two days before the thievery took place, according to the Los Angeles Times.

Thames Valley Police reported there was “significant damage and flooding” caused by the removal of of the fully plumbed toilet in the home of the Duke of Marlborough.

Weeks prior to the installation, the Duke’s brother, Lord Edward Spencer-Churchill, told The Sunday Times he didn’t “plan on guarding” the art piece.

“It’s not going to be the easiest thing to nick. Firstly its plumbed in, and secondly, a potential thief will have no idea who last used the toilet or what they ate.”

Apparently, he was mistaken as to the safety of the loo.

Although the commode is still MIA, police have reportedly arrested a 66-year-old man in connection to the robbery.

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