Yahoo news carried a story about the theft of a "plastinated" fetus from an exhibit. It sounded to me like the fetus wasn't just a model but a real one that had been "plastinated" to be able to go on display. The report said:
We are deeply concerned and disappointed by the theft of this invaluable and irreplaceable specimen," Angelina Whalley, director of the Institute for Plastination, said in a statement.
"How can somebody do this ... it's such a disrespect," she said.
Well, if it wasn't disrespectful to kill the baby in the first place, what's so bad about stealing it, Angelina?