If you hate selfies then this story about a tourist who destroyed an 18th century statue whilst trying to snap a photo of himself isn't going to make matters any better.
The 400-year-old statue of Saint Michael was located in the National Museum of Ancient Art in Lisbon at the time and was destroyed on Sunday, a day that allows visitors into the museum for free. A Brazilian tourist was backing up whilst trying to take a selfie when he knocked the sculpture over leaving it shattered beyond repair.
Nuno Miguel Rodrigues was there at the time and managed to snap a photo of the shattered statue on the floor which quickly went viral on Facebook. The identity of the tourist is currently being withheld whilst an investigation is carried out.