Well, this is going to take a few paychecks to cover... A 'bored' security guard in Russia has done a very small doodle on a very expensive piece of artwork worth $1.5 million (NZD).
Strolling an exhibition titled ‘The World as Non-Objectivity. The Birth of a New Art’, the man decided to draw two pairs of eyes onto artist Anna Leporskaya's 1930's painting 'Three Figures'.
It was only when two visitors to the exhibition noticed the extra details that the gallery realised what happened, launching a full investigation into the damage.
"The security guard drew the eyes with a Yeltsin Centre-branded pen," curator Anna Reshetkina said of the 60-year-old perpetrator.
"His motives are still unknown but the administration believes it was some kind of a lapse in sanity."
Understandably, the unidentified man doesn't work for the security firm anymore.