Mona Lisa left safe yet spread in cream in environment fight stunt

The Mona Lisa was left shaken however safe on Sunday when a guest to the Louver attempted to crush the glass safeguarding the world’s most well known painting prior to spreading cream across its surface in an evident environment related exposure stunt.

The culprit was a man camouflaged as an old woman who leaped out of a wheelchair prior to going after the glass.

“Perhaps this is simply nuts to me…,” posted the creator of a video of the occurrence’s fallout that shows a Louver staff member cleaning the glass. “(He) then continues to spread cake on the glass, and tosses roses wherever prior to being handled by security.”

The Louver was not promptly accessible for comment.

One more video posted via online entertainment showed a similar staff member wrapping up cleaning the sheet while one more specialist eliminates a wheelchair from before the Da Vinci work of art.

“Consider the earth, individuals are obliterating the earth”, the man, wearing a hairpiece, said in French in another video posting that showed him being driven away from the Paris display with the wheelchair, demonstrating that the episode probably had a preservationist rationale.