Recovered Picasso painting slips on to the floor

The last thing you want to do with a Pablo Picasso painting is to drop it – especially one that’s been recovered after nine years.

Picasso’s Head of a Woman was stolen from Greece’s National Gallery in 2012, along with Piet Mondrian’s Stammer Windmill.

The retrieved artworks were being shown off at a news conference on Tuesday when this happened.

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