They throw a cake at the Mona Lisa in the Louvre

A visitor to the Louvre tried to break the glass that protects the Mona Lisa.

A deranged young male visitor disguised as an old lady in a wheelchair threw a piece of cake at Leonardo Da Vicini's Mona Lisa painting at Paris' Louvre Museum.

A deranged young male visitor disguised as an old lady in a wheelchair threw a piece of cake at Leonardo Da Vicini's Mona Lisa painting at Paris' Louvre Museum

The boy stood up from his chair and acted out his rage at what is presumable the most famous work of art, which dates back to 1517.

The attack was defined as “vandalism.” However, since the painting is protected by bullet-proof glass, the creamy product never reached its target.

The man then proceeded to spread the cake on the glass and throw roses everywhere before being approached by security.

Louvre museum staff was quick to clean the area, as dozens of onlookers recorded the moment with their cell phones.

The work, owned by France since the early 16th century, is protected by multiple security systems and set at a stable temperature for optimal preservation.