A controversy this morning on the campus of Wellesley College in Massachusetts.
Imagine waking up, looking out your window and seeing this statue of a mostly naked man. Sleepwalking.
It's a piece of art part of a exhibition of the sculptor's work at the Wellesley College museum but some at the all-female school are demanding the statue be taken down.
They're calling it stress-inducing, and saying it triggers thoughts of sexual assault.
The college says the goal of the exhibition is to provoke discussion.
Imagine buying a painting and then being told its worth 1,000 times what you paid for it.
That's what happened on the British version of "Antiques Roadshow."
The owner paid $660 for a portrait that turned out to be the work of 17th century Flemish artist Anthony van Dyck.
It's considered a masterpiece and it's valued now at $660,000!
The owner, a priest, says he wants to sell the painting to buy new bells for his church.