WATCH: Earlier this week at a Los Angeles art gallery, a woman decided to snap a selfie in front of several pillars created by Hong Kong artist. While taking the photograph, she fell and bumped into one of the pillars, which created a domino affect that destroyed some $200,000 worth of art. The mishap was captured by surveillance footage and shared on YouTube, while CNET reports that the gallery would not say whether the damage was covered by insurance.

Okay…so if this art if so valuable, why would you allow people to walk around between the pillars? And why weren’t they bolted to the ground. Time to break out the velvet ropes.

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