The shoe-throwing attack on US President George W Bush by Iraqi journalist Muntader al-Zaidi has sparked a raft of copycat protests around the world.
This shoe-themed rally in Lebanon followed Sunday's incident, when Mr Zaidi threw his shoes at Mr Bush during a news conference in Baghdad.
Protesters in London even gift-wrapped a box of their shoes - in keeping with the festive season - and labelled it for "George W Bush" at the White House.
In Egypt, ballet shoes were on offer from this reporter who gathered with her colleagues at the Journalists' Syndicate in Cairo.
The US president was not spared even on his home turf, where a member of the group Code Pink offered his services for target practice in Washington.
Protesters - like these in Pakistan - are demanding the release of Mr Zaidi, who has been detained since Sunday and shows signs of being beaten, according to an Iraqi judge.
Mr Zaidi could face imprisonment on charges of insulting and attempting to assault a foreign leader, but he enjoys strong support from people in a wide range of countries.
The shoe-throwing trend is catching on in other parts of the world, with images of other world leaders - like the South Korean leader and the Philippines president - already falling prey.