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Cincinnati fans are used to dealing with stinking players after their diabolic end to the 2013 season, but it seems one of the Bengals players still has a considerate side.

That particular player is safety George Iloka who made sure he waited until his cleaning lady left his apartment before taking a 'big ol sh*t.'

Iloka had quite a dilemma as he was waiting for his cleaning lady to leave. Desperate to go to the toilet, he used her niceness as his rational for holding one in so she wouldn't have to feel the affect of him 'tearing up the bathroom.'

Why he felt the need to share his thoughts to the whole world via Twitter is another thing, but hey, it made us laugh a little.

Iloka posted on Twitter, "I gotta take a big ol sh*t but my cleanin lady still here.And she super nice so I dont even wanna do her like that by tearin up the bathroom."

The safety had a strong second season with the Bengals last season, with two forced fumbles and one interception as he started all 16 regular season games.

Cincinnati limped out of the play-offs though in a demoralising loss to the San Diego Chargers 27-10 at home in the Wildcard Round.

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