Share this article Share The first photo shows a man standing tall and proud in his suit dressed ready for what could be his prom. The only problem is, the barely clothed man taking the photo can clearly be seen in the mirror behind him. This poser didn't realise that her intimate Google searches were being made available for the world to see in her sunglasses reflection This restaurant's table dividers made this man appear quite the woman This sexy selfie became a little bit less sexy when her daughter was shown to be the photographer Pretending to be captured by her 'bae', this woman didn't realise that the Internet could see she took the photo herself due to the mirror behind her This guy took a snap to mock the woman pictured above whose 'sleeping selfie' went viral It was a similar situation for a woman queuing at a fast-food restaurant - with her reflection on the shiny table leaving her looking as though she was half naked. Another reflection-fail shows a corset-wearing woman posting a sexy selfie - only to accidentally reveal that it was in fact her young daughter taking the snap. One woman was caught in the act of faking a picture when she posted a photograph of her apparently 'sleeping' - but in the mirror behind her, she can be seen holding the phone.
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His case has drawn national scrutiny, but North Carolina's controversial law isn't unique. States require people convicted of various sex-related offenses to publicly register as sex offenders. They don't always make exceptions for kids, even if their cases are adjudicated in juvenile court. Marsha Levick, deputy director and chief counsel at the Juvenile Law Center, said that youth are unlikely to get in trouble for possessing nude selfies. Possessing a nude photo of yourself does not really fit that definition or concern ," she told The Huffington Post. Marina Medvin, a criminal defense lawyer in Virginia -- which does not carve out exemptions for youth -- sees this as a free speech issue, she said. Two-thirds of the cases involved an aggravating circumstance beyond creating and sending the image -- for example, an adult was involved or the teen engaged in non-consensual behavior.
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Not your original work? Add source All hail Paris Hilton - the alleged inventor of the selfie! Really though, it's not sure who did the first one, but let's think that it was the Hilton heiress back in
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