Woman Destroys $200k Worth Of Art While Trying To Take A Selfie
Well, at least she captured one memory she won’t ever, ever forget.
People sure do like taking selfies at the most inappropriate time, and you can say the same thing about the woman in the video below because her selfie attempt is about to empty her bank account big time. The woman decided to visit the 14th Factory which is a “non profit, independent, temporary art project” in Los Angeles, California and caused quite the stir. What kind of stir? Let’s just say she ruined the entire exhibit trying to take a selfie.
Check out the video below thanks to LiveLeak.
Holy hell. That “little” accident of hers caused up to $200,000 of damage as according to the museum, three sculptures were “permanently damage.”
The gallery is described has a “monumental, multiple-media, socially engaged art and documentary experience conceived by the Hong Kong-based British artist Simon Birch.” And now it’s a monumental shitshow.
Here’s how Twitter reacted to all of this.
This is what its like to have kids.
— Jack’sBack (@LouReed322) July 14, 2017
— Tracie Marie (@TracieMariBella) July 14, 2017
— Corey Huntington (@CoreyHuntington) July 13, 2017
Likely whatever you screwed up today is not this bad. https://t.co/SO9MQg0h3U
— Rachel Traylor (@Mathpocalypse) July 14, 2017
Ok so we are going to setup the $200,000 art pieces on unfastened, unprotected pedestals. Don’t worry, what could go wrong? https://t.co/77bcPqb8Vb
— Nalnuiq Mada (@FraggleFritz) July 13, 2017
It comes down to awareness. She wasn’t aware enough of her surroundings due to poor judgement and she wasn’t aware of her terrible balance.
— Charlie Bucket (@PJohnMoonlight) July 13, 2017