Trooper Stephen Hammons, public information officer for State Police Troop I joined 'Mornings With Ken and Bernie' today and warned that video taping bad behavior could cost you.

Hammons said with social media these days everyone can be a star.

People will engage in some illegal or dangerous behavior and think nothing about shooting a video and posting it so their friends can see what they've been up to.  Of course that video can be seen worldwide in an instant so many times these self-promoting videos can come back to bite you.  Due to a quick video a person can wind up paying a fine or being in jail.

Listen to the interview: