Selfie Incrimination for Dummies

When “selfie” was named the Oxford Dictionaries Word of the Year for 2013, did the committee consider the selfie’s ramifications for the world’s dumbest criminals? ’Cause just when we thought those dolts couldn’t get any dolty-er, we came upon this Oddee list of “9 Selfies That Solved Crimes.” The one above shows a pair of Swedish teenage girls captured for posterity before robbing a burger joint and returning to their grandparents' house. (Surprising note: only one on this list happened in Florida, so there’s that.)

On this often uninhibitied and celebratory eve, you might want to keep an eye out for cameras yourself, and please also remember:

Tonight, packs of fools and amateurs roam at large, so very good luck and Happy New Year's from all of us at Crime HQ!


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    Selfies have become an integral part of our daily lives. From capturing a beautiful moment to sharing our experiences with others, selfies are used for a variety of reasons. However, in recent times, selfies have also become a tool for self-incrimination. Selfie incrimination is when a person takes a photo of themselves doing something illegal or inappropriate and then shares it on social media or messaging apps. This can lead to serious consequences such as legal charges, loss of job or reputation, and even harm to personal relationships.

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