Society has a habit of idealizing its celebrities. As a culture, we often put them on par with superheroes owing to their lavish lifestyles and idiosyncratic personas. Some exude grace and affability by posing for selfies with fans and signing countless autographs with a smile. We're told time and again they're just regular people, yet it's hard to humanize our heroes when they're regularly presented to us as larger-than-life figures. One way they show the world they're just like the rest of us is when they're arrested fighting for a cause they believe will make the world a better place. And when we see photographs and videos of them being handcuffed and stuffed into a squad car, we can't help conclude they, too, put their pants on one leg at a time.