"Kiss-proof" as it is nasty to look at:
Oscar Wilde's restored tomb has been unveiled in Paris, complete with a glass barrier to make it "kiss-proof".
Work was carried out on the gravestone because it was covered in lipstick marks left by tourists, which was gradually destroying it.
Actor Rupert Everett, who has penned a screenplay about Wilde, said the tomb was "being eaten away by lipstick".
Read more here, but beware of some monumental post modern awfulness.