The perpetrator was a person disguised as an previous girl who jumped out of a wheelchair earlier than attacking the glass.
The Mona Lisa was left shaken however unhurt on Sunday when a customer to the Louvre tried to smash the glass defending the world’s most well-known portray earlier than smearing cream throughout its floor in an obvious climate-related publicity stunt.The perpetrator was a person disguised as an previous girl who jumped out of a wheelchair earlier than attacking the glass.”Possibly that is simply nuts to me…,” posted the writer of a video of the incident’s aftermath that exhibits a Louvre staffer cleansing the glass. “(He) then proceeds to smear cake on the glass, and throws roses in every single place earlier than being tackled by safety.”
The Louvre was not instantly obtainable for remark.One other video posted on social media confirmed the identical staffer ending cleansing the pane whereas one other attendant removes a wheelchair from in entrance of the Da Vinci masterpiece.”Consider the earth, persons are destroying the earth”, the person, wearing a wig, stated in French in one other video posting that confirmed him being led away from the Paris gallery with the wheelchair, indicating that the incident doubtless had an environmentalist motive.
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