#CheekyExploit: Don't let your butt cheeks put you behind bars

The new social media trend, cheeky exploits- the rise of a butt selfie, has taken the world by storm with people showing their naked butts in public.

Butt selfies are a thing now. It was all started by Bulgarian tourist who uploaded her #CheekyExploit taken in Cape Town.

Chat Factory head of strategist, Jodene Shear, says although this may be fun, it can be inappropriate in many ways.

The thing that has to happen people have to see that action is taken, otherwise they not gonna take the law serious.

Jodene Shear, Chat Factory head of strategist

It goes against the law. You shouldn't be doing it.

Jodene Shear, Chat Factory head of strategist

Listen to the audio below to hear more implications of butt selfie...


This article first appeared on 702 : #CheekyExploit: Don't let your butt cheeks put you behind bars


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