Authorities in Phuket, Thailand didn't have to search very hard to capture several criminals. All they had to do was check Rihanna's Twitter timeline.
Riri visited the island on a break from her Diamonds World Tour last month. On September 20th she tweeted a photo posing with a slow loris.
The loris is an endangered species. It's against the law to charge tourists to take photos with them.
The photo Riri posted led to the arrest of a 16-year old boy and 20-year old man. Two lorises were confiscated from the pair. They could be facing four years in prison and a fine of 40,000 baht ($1,278) for possession of protected animals.
Several days later Rihanna tweeted about a wild sex show she saw while in Phuket.
That tweet led to another arrest.
"Authorities found out about this bar the morning after Rihanna tweeted about it, but we were not able to catch them violating the law until Saturday night," local district chief Weera Kerdsirimongkon said, according to the Associated Press. "We had been waiting for them and finally caught them red-handed."
The bar owner was taken into custody Saturday (October 12). He's charged with obscenity and operating an entertainment venue without a permit. He faces up to one month's imprisonment and a fine of up to 60,000 baht ($1,918).