You know how it goes: you’re on holiday on Hawaii, on the same island as an ongoing volcanic eruption, but rather than following the lava from a safe distance via television like a normal person, you have to go see for yourself. And while you’re there, might as well take a selfie, because those Instagram pics don’t like themselves.
Unfortunately, being in the lava zones on Hawaii’s Big Island isn’t allowed, because officials are worried a tourist will injure themselves, putting more of a strain on emergency workers, and giving the impression that Hawaii is dangerous right now. (The island remains open, and only one person has been reported injured so far.)
BGR Top Deals:
- The thinnest iPhone X clear case in the world is back in stock on Amazon
- Today is your last day to get Amazon’s best-selling wireless headphones at their lowest price ever
Trending Right Now:
- Kiwi might be the perfect mobile browser and I’m so jealous it’s not on the iPhone
- This is why Sprint’s upload speeds are so much worse than everyone else
- Samsung’s next Android phone might be free of Samsung’s bloatware
Police are arresting tourists for taking selfies with Hawaii’s Mt. Kilauea eruption originally appeared on BGR.com on Sun, 24 Jun 2018 at 09:00:10 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.
Source: FS – Phones – News
Police are arresting tourists for taking selfies with Hawaii’s Mt. Kilauea eruption