THERE’S one in every crowd, particularly if the crowd happens to be American.
China is demanding answers from the US after a man attending an “ugly sweater party” allegedly broke off and stole a thumb from a terracotta warrior displayed in a Philadelphia museum.
Police say the man had swiped the digit after taking a selfie with the defenceless statue, having accessed a closed section of the museum during a cocktail event.
China is demanding the man be “severely punished” for his assault on the A$5.5m exhibit, on loan to the Franklin Institute.
Police arrested a Delaware man after viewing security footage.