Protesters have thrown soup at the Mona Lisa painting in the Louvre Museum in Paris, according to French news outlets.
The 16th-century paining by Leonardo Da Vinci, which is one of the world’s most famous artworks, is protected behind a glass pane.
In a video shared by French news agency CL Press, a woman can be seen throwing liquid from a tin on to the artwork.
She then crosses a boundary between the painting and public alongside another women, with both of them wearing a T-shirt that says Riposte Alimentaire, which translates as food response, written on the front.
Staff are later seen rushing into hide the disruption by propping up black protective panels.
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