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One art lover will probably look before she snaps next time after her photo attempt in a Los Angeles art gallery cost an estimated $200,000 in damages.
The incident happened about two weeks ago at The 14th Factory, a collective art installation in Lincoln Heights. A variety of works from a collective of artists fill the 14-room gallery.
The “Hypercaine” room consists of four rows of plinths – or pedestals – which display an ornate collection of crowns, some of them plated in gold and bronze.
It was here that a woman’s photo-op turned into the worst game of dominoes ever. As she squatted down to snap her selfie, she fell backward into one of the displays, causing a chain reaction of royal proportions.
Luckily, the whole thing was captured on surveillance footage.
“It was really unfortunate and really…
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