Once again, another crazy, topless feminist from the militant group FEMEN tried to steal the baby Jesus from his crib in the Vatican nativity scene on Christmas day before being stopped by police.
According to Reuters, "the woman jumped over guard rails and rushed onto the larger-than-life Nativity scene shouting 'God is woman.'"
In line with previous unhinged FEMEN "activists," the woman had the same message painted across her back.
The woman did not make it very far and was quickly apprehended by the Vatican gendarme in St. Peter's Square. Two hours later, Pope Francis delivered his Christmas message to some 50,000 people.
This marks the second time a topless FEMEN anarchist tried to steal the baby Jesus from his crib. In 2014, a woman snuck through a hole in the fence to kidnap the baby Jesus while shouting anti-Catholic slogans before a Vatican guard finally arrested her.
Similarly, the words "God is woman" were painted across her bare chest.
On their website, FEMEN states the protests were in response to the Catholic Church's "centuries-old stance on women's rights for her own body and reproductive function." The group also called for a stealing of baby Jesus statues from Nativity scenes around the world as part of its "Massacre of the innocents" campaign where feminists "hunt for the Bethlehem babies."
Also in 2014, FEMEN protesters stood topless in St. Peter's square while using crucifixes to simulate anal sex. "God is not a magician, a world without religion," they said at the time.