Mona Lisa Painting Stolen Video Leaked on Tiktok, Did Someone Steal Mona Lisa Painting?

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An online alert has been triggered by a popular TikTok video. Just 10 seconds of footage and text overlays made up the video, which was uploaded by user @narvanator on January 8, 2023, and claimed the Mona Lisa was stolen that year. This gave rise to the misconception that the well-known painting was stolen in violation of the law in 2023.

While Paris was the location from your vantage point, the Mona Lisa was stolen.

Did Someone Steal Mona Lisa Painting?

There has been no news related to the Louvre to date. Many readers also expressed their displeasure and requested additional information in the comments section.

In a TikTok video, you can see a long line of police and ambulance vehicles. The video recording is moved to the left side of the screen and sirens can be heard in the background. The Arc de Triomphe is visible ahead as this section of the video is viewed.

It is not known whether the Mona Lisa, Leonardo da Vinci’s masterpiece, was stolen or not. A lot of people actually think the caption was referring to the Despicable Me series villain, Gru. In fact, no one stole the Mona Lisa from the Louvre Museum in Paris.

Mona Lisa Painting Stolen Video Leaked on Tiktok

With questions and skepticism, viewers flocked to the video’s comment box. The fact that the creator of the video did not provide an explanation after sparking such widespread alarm has infuriated many people.

Miles, the antagonist in Rian Johnson’s Glass Onion, was played by Edward Norton. At the film, Miles stored an artwork he had taken from the Louvre in his house, the Glass Onion. The film’s Twitter user @nayeonswife.v made a mocking reference to the painting being “in the glass onion yall” and cited Miles’ house.

Following @narvanator’s fuzzy TikTok video regarding the current state of the paint, worried people around the world have taken to the internet. Many people think this raises questions about the continued existence of the original work despite it being burnt to ashes at the end of the film.