Ex NBA Charlie Villanueva Flips His Lid Over Stolen Toilet

Ex NBA Charlie Villanueva Flips His Lid Over Stolen Toilet

DON’T STEAL A TOILET FROM NBA BALLER

Who would steal a toilet?  Well, someone out in Dallas would steal a toilet.  An ex NBA player, Charlie Villanueva, complained on Twitter that his home was burglarized.  The thieves stole a bunch of stuff.  But they also stole his toilet! Seriously, who steals a toilet?  But Charlie Villanueva kind of wants to know.  He’s sort of bitter about it.  Maybe it was a custom job?  Charlie didn’t have the career he should have.  But he made enough money to have a bling bling toilet if that’s the way he rolls.  But the stolen toilet remains gone.

EX NBA PLAYER VILLANUEVA FEELS CRAPPY

He posted so many tweets, it’s kind of shitty.  He’s really shocked that someone stole his toilet.  The former Detroit Pistons player tweeted: “Appliances all gone, like are you serious?  This is mind blowing” and “I’m still tripping, who steals a toilet?  Like why a toilet, 1 toilet @DallasPD still not at my house” and the best “They stole my toilet…I’m not making this sh!t up”.  And many, many more tweets about his stolen toilet.

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STOLEN TOILET FINDS HIM ON TWITTER, SWIRLS

The retired NBA player is still in shock.  He doesn’t understand why the thieves stole his toilet.   He’s also disturbed that the police aren’t moving faster to help the situation.  It seems that he was particularly attached to this toilet.  It was his very special toilet.  People on Twitter are having a blast.  One person created the handle, “Stolen Toilet” and began to respond to his tweets with a “Charlie are you looking for me?”.

DID THE THIEVES LEAVE A SKID MARK?

But seriously, there are sick people out there.  It’s bad enough someone is going out and burglarizing someone’s home, but to steal a man’s toilet is another story.  That’s clearly Charlie’s throne!  So, don’t just go and steal a toilet from an ex NBA player. Who knows?  Maybe it was a custom crapper? No one’s got time for nonsense like that.  Now the poor man is crying on Twitter about losing his stolen toilet.  And that is plain wrong.  It’s just very crappy.

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