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Montana man arrested after Liking his own wanted post on Facebook
Sometimes Internet-ing is really hard.
Don’t you hate when you’re scrolling through Facebook and you accidentally Like your own wanted picture? This man got arrested for doing just that.
Twenty-three-year-old Levi Charles Readon came across his mugshot on the Great Falls/Cascade County Crimestoppers Facebook Page, and was apparently smitten enough to dispense a Like.
Don’t believe it? Check it out:
The technologically inept young man was wanted for felony forgery in Great Falls, Mont., after stealing a wallet and cashing bogus checks. He was arrested soon after his social media gaffe. Definitely be careful when clicking next time.
Melanie Price is the senior social media editor at the Daily Dot.