A Charlestown man learned that lesson last week when he wound up under arrest inside the Brighton police station, the Tab reports.
The guy was there with a friend, who was filling out a report on an unspecified incident. Allegedly, the guy kept getting in the way, but when police told him to sit down, he refused, said he could stand anywhere he wanted, pulled out a camera and announced he was now streaming the officers live to his home computer. He was then arrested and booked on charges of disturbing the peace and videotaping somebody without his consent.
Sounds a bit like the Glik case earlier this year, only without any of those messy moral or ethical issues.
Smart until proven a dumbass.