Don’t put evidence of doing bad things on Facebook, f**kwits told
IT is a bad idea to put evidence of crimes, cheating the system and extramarital affairs on Facebook, morons have been advised.
Experts have explained that putting your wrongdoings on a hugely popular website explicitly designed to publicise your activities means you could be found out.
Social media analyst Donna Sheridan said: “I’m trying to keep this simple, but my basic point is – putting photos of yourself where people can see them means people can see them.
“So if you are in a criminal gang, for example, try not to put pictures on your Facebook page of you brandishing a machete while surrounded by drugs. That is a bad strategy.
“Similarly, if you are fraudulently claiming disability benefit, don’t show yourself bungee jumping in Dubai with the bragging caption ‘Wankers at the DWP paid for this!!!’.”
Teenager Wayne Hayes said: “Apparently a Facebook video of you doing graffiti on a bus shelter entitled ‘Me doing graffiti on a bus shelter’ is somehow evidence that you did it.
“I told the police that was bollocks because they hadn’t sent me a friend request first. Then they laughed a lot and gave me a massive fine.”
Adulterer Roy Hobbs said: “I put loads of pictures of me fondling women in bars on Facebook and somehow my wife saw them. What are the chances of that?”