Protestors throw soup at Mona Lisa, immediately arrested by police

 January 29, 2024

Environmental protestors vandalized the Mona Lisa by throwing soup at the priceless artifact in an act meant to highlight their demands for "healthy and sustainable food."

Thankfully, the painting was not damaged as it has been placed behind a protective piece of glass after previous attacks by protestors on priceless artwork.

The protestors then yelled at spectators saying, ""What is more important? Art or the right to healthy and sustainable food? Your agricultural system is sick. Our farmers are dying at work."

The protestors were members of the Riposte Alimentaire (Food Counterattack) group which advocates for reforms to agriculture and food.

Activists have made a habit of targeting artwork and artifacts in order to push their agendas. The Mona Lisa has now been attacked twice and climate protestors glued themselves beneath Vincent van Gogh's sunflowers at the National Gallery in London.

This disturbing movement has made it imperative that museums and other collectors take special care to protect artifacts from arguably insane individuals who would destroy priceless pieces of culture to push an agenda.