The great Mona Lisa cake mystery
Last summer, your author went to Paris (la-di-da, look at the Liberal Elite and their fancy ways).
One morning, I woke up and went to Stohrer
the oldest patisserie in the city — for pastries and an éclair (OK, two éclairs and a tarte aux
Back off, calorie police!) and then it was a brisk 10-minute
walk to the Louvre (because I was on holiday and that’s what people on holiday in Paris do).
At no point did I consider taking one of my delicious food items
and smearing it all over a painting, let alone probably the most famous painting in the world.
Yet this week, a man disguised himself as an old woman in a wheelchair and threw a piece of cake at the Mona Lisa.
The Louvre, and indeed all other museums — including the museum of David