People do dumb things on Facebook, but liking your own picture when it’s posted by the police for an arrest? Come on man!

It’s normal to see people updating their status abusing police, giving each other death threats or some sort of revenge stuff, but when Great Falls, Cascade County Crime Stoppers posted a picture of Levi Charles Readon (wanted for Forgery) on their Facebook page, they expected some good Samaritan filling them with some information, rather than seeing Levi liking his own pic.

The 23-year old saw his wanted photo on Facebook and decided to hit like tab. As a result, Levi was arrested within no time.

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Image source: Great Falls/Cascade County Crimestoppers Facebook page
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Levi was involved in cashing out missing cheques, and theft of a wallet. The police arrested him last Friday.

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Image source: Great Falls/Cascade County Crimestoppers Facebook page
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Image source: Great Falls/Cascade County Crimestoppers Facebook page

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