Marilyn Monroe photos stolen before exhibition in Prague
There's a thief on the loose in the streets of Prague. According to a publicist from an upcoming art exhibit in the city, photographs of Marilyn Monroe that were to be displayed have been stolen, the Associated Press reports.
That's not all that was taken, the publicist, Alice Titzova, says. Also missing are display cases and mannequins. While the exhibit was scheduled to open May 30 at the Prague Castle, it is not clear if it will be delayed or canceled.
Other Monroe items are set to be on display, as well. The collection includes things like dresses and shoes she wore, along with her diaries. The exhibit debuted in Florence, Italy in 2012, the 50th anniversary of the star's death. After Prague, the collection was set to debut in Tokyo.
Photo/Video credit: Getty Images
Zap2it Elite Sheet Must Reads from the Web's In-Crowd