A Man Dressed As A Woman In A Wheelchair Has Caked The Mona Lisa Painting

A Man Dressed As A Woman In A Wheelchair Has Caked The Mona Lisa Painting

A man dressed as a woman in a wheelchair smeared cake on the Mona Lisa, a famous painting at the Louvre Museum in Paris. Despite the fact that Leonardo da Vinci’s painting is covered by glass, he still pasted cake cream on it.

According to eyewitnesses, the person in the wheelchair, a man wearing a wig, suddenly stood up, crossed the barricade, and attempted to destroy the bulletproof glass casing but failed, so he threw cake cream on it before sprinkling rose petals all over it just before being tackled by security personnel.

A Man Dressed As A Woman In A Wheelchair Has Caked The Mona Lisa Painting

The entire process was captured on camera, and guests proceeded to shoot photos and videos of the entire sequence.

However, due of the protective casing where the man spread the cake, the Italian Renaissance painting was uninjured. Nobody knows how the cake got into the museum by smuggling it in.

“Some people are attempting to ruin the earth, think of the earth!” the man exclaimed as he was being led by security. A Spanish news outlet, Pledge Times, reported on the incident. Despite the fact that the incident occurred in one of the museum’s busiest rooms, the situation was handled calmly, and the guy was removed away while the glass casing was cleaned.

Attempts to steal or deface the picture have occurred multiple times. The picture was stolen in 1911 and was not found for another three years. In the 1950s, a man hurled sulfuric acid at the painting, causing considerable damage and necessitating its preservation in a glass case.

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