Look, we're all addicted to social media. I know I'm guilty of sneaking peeks--okay, of blatantly reading my twitter feed while I'm in a conversation with someone. It's rude, it's crazy, and it has a profound impact on our social lives.

But hopefully we're not this addicted.

Nick Wig was arrested Thursday after allegedly breaking into a home in Dakota County, south of Minneapolis, authorities said. His undoing, they said, was that he logged into his Facebook account on homeowner James Wood’s computer and forgot to log out.

I'm no thief but... Look, maybe when you're breaking and entering, it's not the best time to creep on your crush's vacation photos or help someone unlock Licorice Tower in Candy Crush Saga.

Now this Rhodes Scholar is facing 10 years in prison and a $20,000 fine because he just couldn't resist updating that status.

Check out the full story here, and let's all work on breaking the chains of our social media needs.