Via Telegraph.

One wonders how future generations will look back on the dawn of ‘selfie’ photography, the ubiquitous habit that seems to increasingly play a role in all walks of modern life, from politics to travel.

Presumably not favourably, if its impact on human behaviour stays its course.

The most recent evidence of it is a young man who climbed the façade of the Rossio train station in Lisbon to take a selfie with a statue of once-ruler of Portugal Dom Sebastiao, only to knock over the free-standing sculpture over and watch it shatter on the ground below.

The 24-year-old, who has not been named by police, attempted to flee the scene but was stopped by officers and is expected to appear before a judge….


Telegraph: The worst places to take a selfie


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  1. Alain41 says:

    Does he take selfies with Presidents? Inquiring minds…

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