People have many different fetishes. Some people like feet. Some people like excessive pilosity. And some people, bless their souls, like to post their sex lives all over the Internet.
Occasionally in amateur adult entertainment, the participants’ faces will be left out. These are the cautious flashers on Chat Roulette and those who post videos from the neck down. But surprisingly often, faces are included. Although this could be because they want their video to perform better -- we as viewers can only tolerate total anonymity – there is also the possibility that they want to be recognized. Small talk at the water cooler becomes intensely more interesting when someone has seen another with his or her pants down.
But, for an unfortunate few, posting videos online got them into trouble. Whether they were fired from their job or hunted down by the local police, what started off as a sexy kick became a whole, unforeseen world of trouble. Read these as cautionary tales if you want, because these are impulses that many might have (they are not, in every case, completely sordid), but that acting on could bring trouble.
We tried to keep the cases mostly self-posted videos, but stumbled upon a couple of interesting stories involving pictures or things associated with people and so included those, too.
10 Woman Busted for Live Sex Cam Show in PUBLIC LIBRARY
9 University Girl EXPELLED from College
8 Canadians ARRESTED For Getting Naked On Sacred Mountain
7 Principal And Guidance Counselor Make SEXY GORE Videos On The Side
6 Rihanna BANNED From Instagram
5 Florida Sergeant BUSTED For Posting Salacious UNIFORM Pics
4 American Contractors In Afghanistan FIRED From State Department For Posting Homoerotic Photos
3 High School Teacher QUITS After DOUBLE LIFE IN ADULT ENTERTAINMENT INDUSTRY Comes Out
2 Government Worker Suspended For Tweeting Naughty Selfies AT WORK
1 US Airways Accidentally Tweets A Pic of Woman With PLANE in Her PRIVATES
In 2014, US Airways accidentally responded to user ElleRafter’s twitter complaints by posting a pic of a naked woman with a toy plane lodged in her privates. Presumably what happened is that whoever was in charge of maintaining the company’s social media presence that day went to report the picture (the toy plane has the logo on it) and inadvertently posted the link into the apology to ElleRafter’s. Although the picture was only up for an hour, it was screenshotted for eternity, and the incident inspired a litany of hilarious vaginal air travel jokes (including calling the company UterUS Airways.)
Sources: Gawker, CTVNews, DailyMail, GlobalNews
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