Now there is more to this story than I am going to tell you, the part I am telling points to the perils of clicking a “LIKE” on Facebook, “The host of a Memphis online radio show was arrested Tuesday after he “liked” the Facebook status of a woman who filed a restraining order against him. [snip] Murphy, who has apparently filed a restraining order against Matthews since the end of their relationship, showed police multiple screenshots of Matthews’ Facebook Like, after which he was arrested and charged with violating a court order, according to Radio Ink. Matthews has since been released on $1,000 bail.”

I reckon that this ranks right up there with bragging about doing doing something illegal online, or posting incriminating pictures and videos. Remember those walls do have eyes, and the cops are watching.

This man was arrested for clicking ‘like’ on a Facebook status:

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