July 14 (UPI) -- A woman snapping a selfie at a Los Angeles art gallery ended up falling over and setting off a domino effect that destroyed $200,000 worth of artwork.
Security camera footage from the 14th Factory gallery, which was displaying the Hypercaine exhibition by Hong Kong artist Simon Birch and international collaborators, shows a woman attempting to snap a selfie with artworks arranged on rows and columns of pillars.
The woman falls, knocking over some nearby pillars and triggering a domino effect.
A spokeswoman for the 14th Factory said the security camera footage was filmed about two weeks ago, but was posted to YouTube Thursday by someone claiming to be a friend of Birch. The spokeswoman told CNET three sculptures were permanently damaged and others incurred varying degrees of damage.
The cost of the damage was estimated at about $200,000.
The gallery did not say whether the damage was covered by insurance.