This picture has been bothering me a lot since it was posted by @richardbarrow on Twitter yesterday afternoon.
As you can see, the television reporter is standing in water outside the Grand Palace in Bangkok. But look closer and you'll see dry land only metres away. No doubt the audience seeing the subsequent report will only see the flooding in the background.
In my opinion this reporter is breaking the most important rule in journalism - to report the truth. What viewers saw was not the entire picture.
I'd love to know which television station this reporter works for, and indeed what the editor would say when presented with this image. No doubt the report was dramatic - floods lapping at the walls of one of Bangkok's tourist icons - but is that really what was happening at the time?
It just goes to show you shouldn't believe everything you see - or read for that matter.