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A topless woman tried to set off a Christmas crisis by stealing the baby Jesus from the Nativity scene in Vatican City, but police moved in quickly to preserve the creche scene.

The woman, connected to the group Ukrainian feminist group FEMEN, was identified by the New York Post as Alisa Vinogradova.

She was immediately detained by Vatican security forces, and began screaming "God is woman, God is woman."

The line was also painted on her back.

"A child is not from a god, but from a woman. For a woman is God," FEMEN said in response to the incident, according to the Post.

The incident occurred just hours before the pope gave his Christmas homily.

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