If you didn't take a selfie, did it even happen?
Well, looks like tourists travelling to Milan will have to find a different way to gloat on social media about visiting the fashion capital of the world because the city is banning selfie-sticks.
The ban comes as the city seeks to tackle anti-social and rowdy behaviour during the peak summer months.
The new regulations, which came into effect last Friday, also targets food trucks and street sellers, and the sale of any drinks in glass bottles or cans, according to English-language Italian news publication, The Local.
Currently, the ban will be effective until August 13th but Milan's councillor for security, Carmela Rozza, said there was a possibility of renewing the regulation and that it "will continue until it is needed".
But Milan isn't the only Italian city that's sick of obnoxious tourist behaviours. Earlier this year the mayor of Florence announced a cunning plan to deal with loitering tourists who leave their rubbish behind.
He decided that the steps of the Renaissance city's most popular churches would be hosed down with water around lunchtime so people wouldn't be able to sit down and eat their lunch there.
And in Italy's capital of Rome, the mayor signed an order aimed at protecting its ancient fountains, some of which have been vandalised or soiled over the years.
Tourists caught climbing on, bathing in, or picnicking near the capital's monumental fountains risk fines up to 240 euros ($375).
"Everyone must respect Rome's beauty," Rome's Mayor Virginia Raggi said.
It is unclear what consequences tourists and locals will face in Milan if they are found carrying glass bottles, cans, or selfie sticks.