When you get arrested, just for the sake of producing a must-see YouTube video, perhaps your sacrificing a little too much for your art.
Catawba County (N.C.) Sheriff's Office
Former Domino's workers Kristy Hammonds Thompson, 31, and Michael Setzer, 32, made a widely widely successful YouTube video, and in the process, got themselves arrested. "Did you all see that?" a woman who resembles Thomas says in the video. "He just blew a booger on those sandwiches.”
Proud of his lush indoor marijuana farm, a British man documented the rapid growth on YouTube. British police subsequently arrested the 25-year-old man, who admitted cultivating cannabis, and received a warning.
Is every second of your life secretly being film? Two psychiatrists not that a growing number of people, thanks in part to YouTube, are starting to feel like Jim Carrey in "The Truman Show."
A 16-year-old from Georgia faces child cruelty charges after a video posted on YouTube shows him launching a baby several feet across a room with an inflatable pillow.
Five Connecticut teens allegedly broke into a castle at Tarrywile Park, and videoed themselves urinating on the floors and trashing the walls of the mansion, built in 1896, with hammers. Police say all the evidence they need was posted on YouTube.
Trashman -- a masked man who appears in YouTube videos -- has been bragging that he has deliberately infected more than 1,200 women with AIDS. This idiot reads the ages of some of the women with whom he's claimed to have had sex.
In a filmed procedure to remove a perfume canister from the anus of a male patient, doctors and nurses from Vicente Sotto Memorial Medical Center are seen laughing and joking. The video was quickly removed from YouTube and the hospital has formed a task force to investigate.
When 16-year-old girl arrived at her friend's house where she had been staying, six girls were waiting, and then the pummeling began. All this was captured on video, allegedly to post the beating on MySpace and YouTube.
It was short-lived stardom for a trio who appeared in the YouTube video "How to Scam Del Taco." The suspects, who police identified as gang members, could each face seven years in prison if convicted.