On Thursday, a federal judge sentenced a Knoxville man to 15 years and eight months in prison for being a “felon in possession of a gun,” according to the Knoxville News Sentinel.
The conviction came primarily from a selfie the man posted in October 2013 on Facebook. In the photo, he holds a .45-caliber handgun above his head.
The man, 42-year-old Malik First Born Allah Farrad, had two prior convictions for gun possession, according to the Sentinel.
But he’s not the only one to get in trouble after posting selfies. Here are 10 people arrested after posting selfies in compromising situations:
Two girls took this scary selfie before allegedly robbing a restaurant in Sweden. Police tracked them down and arrested them at one of their grandmother’s homes.
Imgur via Huffington Post
Kayleigh Hill ran out onto a baseball field during the 2013 College World Series game and filmed herself being tackled by security guards on Vine, all for the sake of a really good selfie.
A man in Milan allegedly stole an iPad then took a selfie with it. The selfie was accessed on iCloud by the person he reportedly stole the iPad from. He was then arrested.
Justin Bahler, 21, posted selfies with a gun on Facebook. He then allegedly robbed a bank in Michigan. Investigators who had seen the security-camera footage recognized him and arrested him.
Facebook via NY Post
A phone found at a robbery scene in Southern California had a selfie of a man identified as Adam Howe. Howe was arrested shortly thereafter, and a search of Howe’s belongings found property believed to have been stolen from the church.
Police posted a man’s selfie, which was taken from an iPhone he allegedly stole, to social media and asked if people recognized him. The man turned out to be 19-year-old Jess Ewald, who was arrested on suspicion of grand theft.
NY Daily News
A 16-year-old reportedly sneaked past a security guard at 1 World Trade Center and took a selfie on top of the building. The selfies raised suspicions of trespassing, and he was ultimately arrested. The security guard he sneaked past was also fired.
Upper Michigan’s Source
Tyquan Solomon, 19, and Terrance Sistruck, 16, were arrested after they took selfies with an allegedly stolen iPhone. The owner of the iPhone spotted their photos on his iCloud account and notified authorities.
NYPD via WSJ
La Vorne Lee Bennett, 23, was accused of robbing a man of money and an iPhone at gunpoint. Later, when the victim was using iCloud on his new phone, he saw selfies of Lee and handed them to authorities.
MySanAntonio.com via San Antolio Police Department
A British man, Ashley Keast, took a selfie while allegedly robbing a couple’s home. He took the selfie with the couple’s phone and accidentally sent the photo of himself in a mass text to some of the owner’s contacts. A friend of the owner called the police.
BONUS: When Rihanna posted a selfie with a slow loris, a protected animal, police tracked down two people who were allegedly letting tourists take photos with it and arrested them.