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The worst places in the world to take a selfie

Easyvoyage Logo By Dulcie Barnes of Easyvoyage | Slide 1 of 10: Even politicians are guilty of it... Labour candidate Amran Hussain recently sparked fury by posing for selfie at the scene of the 2015 Tunisian beach massacre.

These days, the majority of our travel snaps boil down to selfies. Whatever the time, wherever the place, it seems we can't be satisfied with an experience or a view until we've captured it as a pretty background to our face.

But every once in a while, you'll find someone whose selfie desire is so great that they'll break social and moral protocol to get the perfect snap. Just look at the tourist who smashed a 126-year-old statue in Lisbon this week whilst trying to pose next to it. But he's far from the only extreme selfie taker.

In 2015, a group of tourists were arrested in Malaysia for having posed naked for a selfie at one of the country's sacred sites and Mumbai was forced to create 'selfie-free zones' after a string of deaths in the city. We take a look at other spots you should avoid snapping selfies...

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