They made off with a potty of gold.
Thieves pinched an 18-karat commode from Winston Churchill’s boyhood home Saturday — and immediately became public enemies number 1 and 2.
The shiny throne — dubbed “America” by Italian artist Maurizio Cattelan and displayed at the Guggenheim Museum in 2016 — was taken from baroque Blenheim Palace, Churchill’s birthplace, in Oxfordshire, England.
It was installed at the massive mansion for an art exhibit that opened Thursday.
The break-in caused major damage and flooding as the luxe loo had been hooked up to plumbing, and visitors were invited to use it.
A 66-year-old man was arrested in connection with the heist, but the pricey privy wasn’t recovered, police told Bloomberg News.
The Guggenheim made a splash in 2018 when it offered to send the gold toilet to the White House instead of a van Gogh painting that President Trump asked to borrow to hang in the first family’s residence.