Sometimes a picture’s worth a thousand bucks. Or more.

A clumsy Washington, D.C. museum visitor angling for the perfect selfie smashed one of the glass pumpkins in artist Yayoi Kusama’s “Infinity Mirrored Room” exhibit, a  Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden spokeswoman confirmed to the Washington Post. A similar sculpture sold for almost $800,000 in 2015, according to Artnet, although the Hirshhorn rep assured that replacing one of these glittering gourds wasn’t quite as pricey.

A tweet featuring the exhibit. This is not the person who broke the pumpkin. 

This isn’t the first time that snapping a self portrait has cost someone a pretty penny.  Here are seven of the most expensive selfies ever taken:

  1. That bites. Last month a woman who grabbed a shark pup for an epic selfie at a Brazilian animal sanctuary got four stitches when the panicked animal sunk its teeth into her hand – plus an $6,442 fine for the environmental crime.
  2. The price of this 2011 monkey selfie that went viral is bananas. A black crested macaque grabbed wildlife photographer David Slater’s camera in Indonesia, and took a perfect selfie that became the center of a legal battle over whether the man or the monkey owned the shot. Slater said the trip cost him about $2,400, and the equipment and insurance ran more than $6,100, or “like a year of work.” He sells the “monkey selfies” on his site as prints for up to $160, which hopefully covers the legal fees for his copyright.
  3. A ditzy driver trying to take a topless Snapchat pic behind the wheel was arrested and released on a $2,000 bond after she rammed into a police car last fall.
  4. This one’s a home run: Three Omaha women faced a hefty $1,500 fine for taking photos and video while rushing the baseball field during the 2013 NCAA College World Series.
  5. Two Arizona tourists had their butts handed to them for taking nude pics at a sacred Cambodian temple. The sisters ages 20 and 22 were fined $250 a piece in 2015 and kicked out of the country for four years with suspended six-month jail sentences for taking pix with their pants down at the Angkor Wat temple.
  6. A British man’s first-ever selfie put him in contempt. He was charged almost $500 in 2014 for taking a picture inside a courtroom, breaking an age-old English law objecting the practice. He even included judge and the court crest in the snap posted on Facebook. Out of order!
  7. An Indian builder was charged almost $500 by the local forest department last year for taking a selfie with a mini cobra that he posted online, seemingly with the intent to sell it.