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Over-sharing on social media isn't a good idea for anyone, but if you're a criminal and the cops are watching — and they definitely are — it can land you in jail. That's what a couple of Florida men found out this week when a Facebook Live video was used to help charge them with burglary.

According to NBC Miami, Raderius Glenn Collins, 18, posted a video to Facebook Live showing himself, 27-year-old Marcus Terrell Parker, and another unidentified man basically snitching on themselves as they held up big stacks of cash for the camera and bragged that they "got a safe."

“The jewelry that they sold was valued at $500,000, but they sold it and got $1,300 each.”