If you ever wanted to have a bathroom that's unique to your home, look no further.

Listed on eBay, you can now bid on a one-of-a-kind porcelain throne, called the "Lars Toilet Viral Sculpture Of Ulrich Of Metallica As A Toilet Prince Midnight."

That's right, modeled after Lars Ulrich, you can take a dump while sitting on the lap of the Hall of Fame drummer.

hellmouthplumbingsupply via eBay
hellmouthplumbingsupply via eBay
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Other than the obvious, "Why would I want a Lars Ulrich," question, I have some other concerns.

What part of his body is the bowl, which is flesh-colored?

Where are his pants?

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"This item is the physical manifestation of a multifaceted performance by Prince Midnight, under the moniker of Hellmouth Plumbing Supply," the description reads. "It is the unique, original sculpture that was the subject of a viral news story that swept across the world appearing in dozens of news articles, receiving hundreds of thousands of collective “likes” and even was commented on by Metallica’s bassist, Robert Trujillo."

The description goes on to explain how the throne was made.

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"The work is a likeness of Metallica’s Lars Ulrich captured in a toilet, blending the two into a single, functioning, utilitarian object. The fiberglass was applied over a clay sculpture to create a shell that fits over most any standard toilets for normal use. The sculpted toilet was featured in a pop-up gallery in the bathroom of famed heavy metal bar, The Brass Mug, as part of an immersive art experience alongside several enamel painted toilet lids."

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View the listing here:

Now, here's the kicker:

The guy who made this toilet also happens to be the same guy from about a year ago, who made a guitar from his dead uncle's skeleton.

I can't wait to see what this guy makes next, it's sure to be headline-worthy and weirder than hell.

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