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Over-posting On Social Media While Vacationing?
Posting pics on social media has become synonymous with traveling and vacationing. We love to show our friends and family the cool places we’re visiting, the delicious food we’re eating, and overall, all the fun we’re having while they are stuck at work. You may have so many photos to choose from to post, but make sure you choose wisely. You want to look good and you want that great shot that will get the most likes, but you also want to make sure you don’t accidentally post a photo that shows you doing something illegal (that you may or may not know was illegal).
The police can actually use your social media against you. For example, if you posted a photo of you feeding a cute, furry, wild animal, that might seem harmless. However, it may actually be illegal for humans to feed such animals, let alone be so close to them. Or maybe you posted a photo of you on a cool lookout spot that is actually on private property and thus you were trespassing. There are all kinds of scenarios that you could unknowingly (or knowingly) get yourself into. And when you put it on Instagram and Facebook, then you might get into more trouble.
We don’t want you to get arrested while on vacation (or when you get back) so just make sure you know what you can and cannot do in the places you’ll be visiting. If you or someone you know is arrested within Tennessee borders then Bail Bonds in Nashville can definitely help with an affordable and fast bail bond. Talk to one of our representatives anytime online or on the phone by dialing (615) 242-3733.