Stealing other people’s pictures and pretending like they’re your own is never a good idea, especially when you do it on the internet, because sooner or later somebody will call you out for it. That’s precisely what happened to Thai air hostess Louktarn Ticha recently, who was forced to delete her popular Instagram account, along with her 150k followers, after people noticed that she was Photoshopping herself into stolen images without giving the owners any credit.
Ticha was busted after social media users started posting pictures alongside the original photographs that they’d found on the web. One of the images she used belonged to Finnish landscape photographer Tiina Törmänen, and the Finnish Embassy in Bangkok couldn’t help but make a joke about it on their official Facebook page. “Northern lights in Finland are so beautiful that many people wish they could experience them…” they wrote alongside an article sharing the news of Photoshopping Ticha’s antics. Ticha responded by deleting the pictures she’d stolen, but since then her Instagram account has completely disappeared. (h/t: petapixel)