Delhi Deputy CM Manish Sisodia was attacked with ink on Monday. This is not the first time politicians have had to face public's wrath, and neither is the attacking instinct restricted to India. Take a look.

Manish Sisodia was attacked with ink outside the Lt Governor's Office by a man who claimed that he was upset over the AAP leader undertaking a tour of Finland at a time when the city was grappling with a health crisis.

When Arvind Kejriwal was addressing this gathering at Chhatrasal Stadium in January 2016, thanking the people of Delhi for making the odd-even formula successful, he had no ‘ink’ling of what was to follow...

A young man smeared ink on Yogendra Yadav's face after springing from behind at an AAP rally in New Delhi to mark International Women's Day a couple of years back. The attacker leaped on stage where Yadav was seated, catching the leader unawares.

A shoe was hurled towards Rahul Gandhi by a youth while he was addressing an election rally in Uttarakhand back in 2012.

Hillary Clinton’s reaction was anything but hilarious after a shoe was hurled at her during a speech at Las Vegas in 2014.

In 2008, an Iraqi journalist hurled his shoe at then US President George W Bush in protest against American action on Iraqis. Bush ducked and saved himself. Watch how

A man hurled a shoe at Pervez Musharraf while he was leaving the Sindh High Court in 2013 following a hearing in a series of cases. The shoe fell a few feet in front of former military ruler, who was surrounded by security personnel and TV cameramen. View footage

In 2009, a Sikh journalist hurled a shoe at P Chidambaram protesting against the CBI’s clean chit to Jagdish Tytler and Sajjan Kumar in the 1984 anti-Sikh riots case

In December 2011, a man threw his shoes at their then Iran President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad during his visit to Egypt, to protest not having received his unemployment benefits.

Observer Research Foundation (ORF) Chairman and ex-BJP leader Sudheendra Kulkarni was at the receiving end of an attack from his former fraternity. His face was smeared with ink by alleged Shiv Sainiks in October 2015 over organising former Pakistan foreign minister Khurshid Mahmud Kasuri’s book launch in Mumbai.