Whose box are you wearing?

Fyodor Pavlov-Andreevich was dropped off nude and wedged inside a clear fiberglass box outside the Metropolitan Museum of Art.

His two handlers left the lewd display in a restricted area for the star-studded celebration, prompting the Met's security team to quickly cover it with a white sheet and drag it out.

Cops descended on the bizarre stunt and demanded the lanky 6-foot-2 performer step out of the box. Pavlov allegedly refused and firefighters were forced to cut open the see-through prop, said Sgt. Brendan Ryan.

A witness said the box was "relatively small" for a man of Pavlov's size.

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2 Responses:

  1. George Dorn says:

    Clearly art has no place at a Met gala.

  2. margaret says:

    His boss next review period: "Fyodor needs to think outside of the box to get to the next level in his career."

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