The Mona Lisa smeared with Cake by a French Climate Activist!

A man disguising himself as an old woman has thrown managed to smear cake at The Mona Lisa painting in Paris on Monday.

The stunt took place on The Louvre Museum, Paris and has taken the social medias by storm.

In the video, he also speaks for climate change and about the planet in French.

"Think of the Earth! There are people who are destroying the Earth! Think about it. Artists tell you: think of the Earth. That's why I did this," he says in the video.

Another video following the events, another person is seen to be wiping the cake off of the bulletproof glass case, with a lot of the people filming the incident.

The vandalism attempter, has been known to be a 36-year-old man, and has now been arrested and subjected under psychiatric care.

The Mona Lisa is the world’s one-of-the-most famous and viewed artworks and receives around 30,000 visitors per day at the Louvre, oil-painted by the famous painter, Leonardo da Vinci, between 1503 and 1519.

However, this isn’t the first time someone has attempted to vandalize the painting.

In 1974, a woman spray-painted the painting in Tokyo. Following, 2009, a Russian woman threw a teacup at the painting. The protective glass had been put up to prevent it from acid attacks in the 50s.

It also been stolen for two years, only found when someone tried to sell the painting to an Italian art dealer, who the informed the Museum.