Thinking About Taking An Underboob Selfie? This Should Make You Think Twice [PHOTOS]

Kaitlan Collins Contributor
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On Monday, Thailand’s Ministry of Culture reminded women that underboob selfies — the latest trend where women take photos of themselves with the lower half of their breasts exposed — are banned and posting them online would warrant jail time.

It’s illegal under the country’s Computer Crimes Act of 2007, which bans any material that could “cause damage to the country’s security or causes public panic” and “any obscene computer data which is accessible to the public.”

A woman caught posting an underboob selfie could jailed for fives years and fined up to 100,000 baht — roughly $3,035.

The problem is they don’t know how to catch the perpetrators.

Model Bryana Holly is all about the underboob. (Photo: Instagram)

(Photo: Instagram)

“When people take these ‘underboob selfies’ no one can see their faces,” Anandha Chouchoti, ministry spokesman, told Reuters.

“So it’s like, we don’t know who these belong to, and it encourages others to do the same.”

In Esquire Magazine's March issue, Upton showed some underboob in a tiny T-shirt that must have been originally made for toddlers.

(Photo: Esquire)

“We can only warn people to not take it up. They are inappropriate actions.”

You have been warned. Never go to Thailand. (RELATED: It’s National Underboob Day! Have A Peek At The Best Ones [PHOTOS])