Fans of art at the Lourve Museum in Paris were left stunned after an “old lady” slipped out of her wheelchair to paint a cake over a Mona Lisa painting.

Photos and videos of the famous cream stained cream cake spread on social media on Sunday. Marca reported that a man disguised as an old woman

in a wheelchair jumped up and threw a cake at a masterpiece, much to the consternation of onlookers.

He reportedly tried to pierce a bulletproof glass that protected Leonardo da Vinci's work at the Louvre Museum

According to eyewitnesses, the perpetrator was a man in a wheelchair wearing a wig. He just gets up and walks over to the drawing. At first, he tried to destroy the sign.

When that didn't work, he tossed the cake over the canvas and spread it on the glass. He also sprayed the roses before they were dropped by the guards.

The video shows a glass-painted Mona Lisa sitting on the back. It also depicts the perpetrator speaking to visitors in French as he was taken by security forces.

Quoting Spanish media, the Pledge Times reported that the man, among other things, shouted: “Some people are trying to destroy the earth, think of the earth!”