Self-portraits while in labour, dead bodies and middle-aged men wearing lycra: The inappropriate photos that should NEVER have been uploaded on the internet
We live in an internet-obsessed culture.
Social media has given virtually everyone on the planet a platform to share their most intimate secrets.
And as these awkward images show – there are some things people should keep to themselves.
Time to put down the laptop: A mum-to-be blogs about her labour experience, while strapped to a hospital bed giving birth
Lycra lover: Did this fitness fanatic mean to share his exercise attire with the entire world wide web
Unnecessary caption: It”s pretty obvious what this glassy-eyed pair have been up to
A collection of the most inappropriate, and cringe-inducing photographs online reveals the real dark side of the internet.
One image shows a woman updating her MySpace page between contractions, while she”s giving birth.
In another, two girls proudly celebrate taking drugs for the first time.
Tweeting on the toilet: This web user can”t stop tweeting. Even when he”s performing bodily functions
Too much information: Who could possibly want to know what these frisky tweeters have been up to
Dead serious: Open casket funerals aren”t an opportunity to take photos of the body and spread them around the world wide web
A happy couple announce they”ve recently had sex – and a man pouts at the camera, while sitting on the toilet.
One photo features a bearded, middle-aged exercise enthusiast bouncing on a mini-trampoline, wearing a lycra body suit.
The most disturbing photo though, is of a recently deceased relative resting in a coffin – alongside the caption “look like she sleep”.
Seductive or constipated: Was this odd pose enough to help our online Casanova lure any ladies
Showing off: What lucky lady could resist this high flyer and his wad (of at least $380)
A problem shared…: Did this poor teen find a solution to his problems online