A man found himself in contempt of court after taking a selfie with his friend in the dock.
Jason Tamlin went to Haverfordwest Magistrates Court in Pembrokeshire with his friend Eddie Waring, 20, to support him on a charge of possessing cannabis.
Tamlin, 31, of Lampeter, used his mobile phone to take a selfie Waring as he stood in the dock whilst magistrates retired to deliberate.
The 'selfie' has become a popular trend in 21st century culture however photography is strictly banned in courts under a law dating back to 1925.
A court clerk summoned security to the courtroom and he was fined £200 after admitting Contempt of Court - twice as much as the friend he went along to support.
The photograph is said to have since been deleted.
Waring, of Cardigan, West Wales, was fined £100 after admitting possession of cannabis.