People Aren't Happy About This Picture Of Conor McGregor And Dee Devlin
Everyone loves reading a bit into other people's photos, don't they? Just recently there was this girl who took a selfie, but people were more concerned with how messy her room was.
There was also Melania Trump who came under fire, as her pictures were analysed and appeared to show a dark message.
Now it's Conor McGregor and Dee Devlin's turn, as people are quite furious about a snap Dee uploaded to Instagram.
The soon-to-be mum shared a pic of her and Conor in his car, as he drove and she was "keeping the pregnant feet up".
Many people who follow Dee on the photo sharing app didn't take too kindly to the fact that she is not only sat in a position that is dangerous should they crash, but also because she's not wearing a seat belt while pregnant.
"Pregnant and no seat belt?" one commented, as another said, "Legs on the dashboard can seriously injure you if ye crash, no seat belt on and taking selfies while driving," and another quipped "Dee don't do that love, if you get into an accident the airbag pushes your legs through your eye sockets."
Others made comments about The Notorious using his phone while driving.
A few followers did jump to the defense of the couple, saying that the car may not necessarily be moving, or they may still be on their property driving slowly.
"I'm sure you don't even need to wear a seat belt when your heavily pregnant also I doubt very much he's driving and taking a picture! They're not stupid," one said. "Oh bloody hell, I'm sure it was just for the pic, I'm sure they're both well aware that putting your feet up on dash whilst driving is dangerous! Don't need hundreds of strangers telling them," another said.
Chances are that it was set up for the 'Gram, and that there's nothing too bad going on. Plus, you do have to be really careful these days, as police are currently after a man after he uploaded a picture to Twitter from his car.
Going by the name 'Geordie Aviator' on Twitter, he posted a selfie and a Tweet about how tomorrow he was getting married. Congrats, by the way.
"Last night as a single man. Married man as of tomorrow. Scary times," he wrote.
But the Twitter account for Operation Dragoon, Northumbria Police's long standing commitment to road safety, spotted from the reflection in his aviators that he'd taken the picture while driving.
The team, tagging the selfie taker, wrote: "We didn't receive our invite to the big day but we'll send @Geordie_aviator a little gift anyway... To the value of £200 and six points.
"It is people like this who end up destroying people lives through their own stupidity.
"Please get in touch and we'll send you your wedding present. £200 fine & 6 points."
The Geordie has since deleted his Twitter account, according to Metro.
The law surrounding using your phone while behind the wheel recently changed, meaning you can now get six penalty points and a £200 fine if you use a hand-held phone.
You can also be taken to court where you can be banned from driving or riding, or get a maximum fine of £1,000 (£2,500 if you're driving a lorry or bus), according to Gov.uk.
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