Two American tourists caused more than $26,000 in damages at Rome's Spanish Steps when they threw an electric scooter down the famous site.
The incident was captured on video and shows a 29-year-old man wheeling a rental scooter down the site.
His companion, a 28-year-old woman, is seen walking behind him with her own scooter before shoving it down the iconic stairs.
People around her laughed and, according to the Italian-language newspaper La Repubblica, she threw the scooter down again twice more which cause the marble steps to crack.
Police later tracked down the couple, fined the equivalent of $430 each and banned them from the site.
This is the second time in recent weeks the Spanish Steps have received a beating from a tourist.
A 37-year-old visiting from Saudi Arabia drove his rental Maserati SUV down the steps, blaming his GPS for giving him bad directions.
That incident cracked a couple of the steps and chipped other sections of the staircase.