Who says that Washington, DC is a "second-class city," when it comes to appreciation of the arts?
Screaming "This is evil," a woman tried to pull Gauguin's "Two Tahitian Women" from a [National Gallery] wall Friday and banged on the picture's clear plastic covering.
Then the crazy lady was tackled by "a social worker from the Bronx" who was visiting the gallery. Just imagine what would happen to all the art if New York wasn't around to babysit. Here, DC: this is more up your alley.
[WaPo, which cropped out the boobs in their photo. DC isn't ready for that.]