Burglars stole a fully-functional 18-carat gold toilet from Britain’s Blenheim Palace, where it had been installed as an art exhibit. That is, it has now been stolen. A tweet has revealed information about it. You also know.
The toilet made entirely from 18-carat-gold was stolen Saturday morning from Blenheim Palace in Oxfordshire, England, the stately home where former prime minister Winston Churchill was born. The price of this toilet of gold is reported to be $1.25 million ($1.25 million). According to reports, two days ago, at Blenheim Palace, some 90 km west of London, the multimillion-cared toilet was placed by Italian artist Maurizio Cattelan at his art exhibition and opened to the public. It seems that the thieves stole it after it was around the world.
According to information, police received information about the toilet theft at 4.57am on Saturday morning. According to Palais, the thieves fled at around 4.50pm after clearing their hands on the sleeping restroom. However, a 66-year-old man has been arrested in the case. Police have not been able to recover the stolen gold restrooms, but the culprits are being searched along with the gold toilets.
Following the incident, the UNESCO World Heritage Site (UNESCO World Heritage Site) and The Blenheim Palace, the birthplace of Wison Churchill, reported the incident through its official Twitter handle and reported that the building had suffered considerable damage due to toilet theft. As soon as the theft incident unfolded, Italian artist Catalan praised the thieves and called them great performers. He issued an official statement jokingly saying, "Dear thief, if you are reading it, tell me how it felt like you had urine on a sleeping restroom?"
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