A French family browsing Van Gogh paintings at the Musee d'Orsay, one of Paris's foremost art museums, was reportedly asked to leave after other patrons complained about their smell. When even other French people think you're smelly, you're probably pretty smelly. But even if the young couple and their small child were tough on the nose, it's hard not to feel sorry for them: They had won the museum visit from Act for Dignity, a charity that supports struggling families. A director from the Musee d'Orsay told French media he was "saddened" by the way the family was treated, suggesting the museum might rethink its "No Stink" policy. [Source]
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