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Van Gogh’s priceless “Sunflowers” assaulted by soup-throwing climate activists

(LONDON, ENGLAND) — A famous artwork by Vincent Van Gogh was attacked this morning by climate change activists at the National Gallery in London.
The two slopped tomato soup over Van Gogh’s Sunflowers oil on linen masterpiece.
Fortunately, the priceless painting was not damaged after the soup assault.
A spokesman said the 1888 painting was unharmed, protected by glass, although there was a bit of damage to the frame.
The protesters, wearing “Just Stop Oil” shirts, glued their hands to the wall this morning after splashing what appears to be tomato soup all over Van Gogh’s Sunflowers.
The two have been arrested.