MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - JANUARY 25: The Captain Cook statue in Catani Gardens in St Kilda is seen vandalise on January 25, 2018 in Melbourne, Australia. The vandalism comes as debate continues about changing Australia Day from January 26 with many indigenous Australians believing it to be Invasion Day. Australia Day, formerly known as Foundation Day, is the official national day of Australia and is celebrated annually on January 26 to commemorate the arrival of the First Fleet to Sydney in 1788. (Photo by Darrian Traynor/Getty Images)

An Instagram “influencer” in Poland named Julia Slonska posted a six-second video of herself vandalizing a historic statue at a park in Warsaw.  A friend filmed her using a hammer to smash the statue’s nose . . . and then they both laugh about it. The Internet torched her for the stupid move, so a Polish bank dropped her from an ad campaign.

She also posted an online apology, and ratted herself out to officials.  There’s a chance she could spend time in prison.