How would you respond if you got a ticket from the police over something you posted on social media?

That's exactly what happened to a woman in Chicago, according to Yahoo Shine.

In the mail, she received a police citation for bringing her dog to a dog park without a permit, they included an application for the permit, the woman's Facebook post "admitting" her guilt and of course a ticket for $50.00.

So her post on Facebook to the dog parks page that "admitted" her guilt was:

“I was feeling bad that I haven’t bought a pass and been bringing Ginger there but I’m pretty glad I haven’t. So not going to worry about it until later. I hope all the doggies get better soon.”

At the time of her post, there had been rumors that a bad case of kennel cough had afflicted the dogs in the park.

The woman claimed she have never even visited the dog park this year, and said she wouldn't pay the ticket.

You can read more on this story here.

What do you think, should you be able to get in trouble over something posted on social media?