Once again, if you're going to commit a crime, don't film it and post it on the internet.

Well, that advice still falls on deaf ears, as is the case of one 23 year-old man from Schenectady. Schenectady Police say that the man is facing charges for driving his dirt bike through a Price Chopper grocery store on September 1 

CBS Albany says the man had a camera strapped to the top of his helmet as he enjoyed his detour through the produce aisles of the Capitol Region grocery. Sure enough, the young man went and posted the footage online which CBS says helped local police find and identify him. 

Oh yeah, CBS is saying that the dirt bike was also stolen...so, there's that. It's not sure if the man did this as some sort of prank to post on YouTube, or if he was going on an evening joyride, or if he's simply just dumb (maybe all three), but now he's facing reckless endangerment, and criminal possession of stolen property charges according to police. 

The video, posted September 1, currently has over 19,000 views on YouTube.