In yet another installment of “tourists behaving badly,” a French woman was bitten by a crocodile while trying to take a selfie in Thailand’s Khao Yai National Park. The woman, who has been identified as 47-year-old Benetulier Lesuffleur, was in the central Thai park about 100 miles northeast of Bangkok with her husband when she spotted a crocodile in a pond. Instead of doing what most people would do and backing away slowly, Lesuffleur decided that she really wanted to take a selfie with the giant reptile. Despite posted signs telling visitors not to go off of clearly marked trails, Lesuffleur walked over to the pond and attempted whip out her phone when she tripped into the pond, and the crocodile took advantage of the opportunity to bite her on the leg. Luckily, Lesuffleur was rescued before the croc could do any more damage, and she was removed from the park by stretcher and taken to the nearest hospital, where she is expected to make a full recovery.