This wake-up-in-a-cold-sweat scenario was very real for Swedish politician Lars Ohly after he proudly tweeted an Instagram picture of his tattoo.
It shows a naked airman being held down by rowdy, inebriated troops before they allegedly assault him.
A key issue in such cases is consent.
Yes, you have to look very hard, but there she is.
Inquests into the deaths of four recruits at Deepcut Barracks, Surrey, between 1995 and 2002 also revealed allegations of bullying and harassment.
This is not acceptable in a civilised society in the 21st century.
We're not sure how quickly she took the photo down, but it was too late—it had already captured and uploaded onto imgur, where millions have since seen it.
You decide to post a picture of your nice new tattoo for your social media pals, and then, moments later, you realize the worst has happened—you've exposed more than you intended to your legion of followers, and their followers, and so on.