Selfie safety

Posted Date: 16 June 2017
Selfie safety

Ever taken the perfect selfie, only to find your wallet’s been taken while your back was turned? How about a slip or trip while scouting the perfect selfie spot?

Sometimes, safety is more important than the perfect pic. Read on to find out what can happen.

Selfie safety infographic created by: Southern Cross Travel Insurance

*Research was conducted by TNS on behalf of Southern Cross Travel Insurance on a sample of over 1,000 travellers in March 2017.

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