Former Mavs player looking for his stolen toilet


Former NBA player and one-time Detroit Piston Charlie Villanueva shared his frustration about his home being broken into and someone stealing a toilet on Tuesday night, December 19.

"They stole my toilet", he tweeted Tuesday evening, complete with a picture and a completely appropriate NSFW assessment of the situation. "I'm not making this sh*t up".

Still distraught, Villanueva tweeted again Wednesday morning. A fragrance company that specializes in toilet deodorizing sprays offered to help solve the problem.

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Fortunately, the Internet being the helpful entity that it is, we've got a suspect.

As upset as Villanueva understandably was with being a victim of burglary, he seemed even more upset with Dallas police, who apparently took their sweet time responding to his call. He tweeted a photo of the spot where the toilet once was with the hashtag #findmytoilet.

The retired 33-year-old played for the Pistons for five seasons from 2009-10 to 2013-14. He was last with the Dallas Mavericks in 2015-16.