As children we all remember going out with our parents or grandparents to places where delicate and expensive objects were on display to keep our hands to ourselves. Sadly, for one clumsy 12-year-old, he apparently didn’t get the memo on proper museum etiquette.
On a recent trip to a museum a 12-year-old Taiwanese boy tripped and somewhat breaking his fall. To break and prevent his fall, the young boy punched a hole in the painting — a painting valued at an estimate $1.5M. The good news? The painting wasn’t fully damaged and restorers are working on fixing the painting now.
Who do you think should be at fault here? The 12-year-old or the museum for not properly protecting a work of art valued at so much. After all, accidents happen.
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