'Yolocaust' website shames people who take selfies at a Holocaust memorial

People who take selfies at Berlin's Holocaust Memorial are in danger of being publicly shamed.

An Israeli artist's website gathers images of people inappropriately posed at the memorial and merges them with horrific pictures from Nazi concentration camps, according to FOX News.

The "Yolocaust" project is the work of satirist and author Shahak Shapira.

"The selfies were found on Facebook, Instagram, Tinder and Grindr. Comments, hashtags and 'Likes' that were posted with the selfies are also included," he explains on the website.

The images and captions in his project are disturbing, so proceed with caution.

The 4.7-acre Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe consists of 2,711 concrete blocks, which reflect the scale of the Holocaust.

It was inaugurated in 2005 and is located in the center of Berlin.

"About 10,000 people visit the Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe every day," Shapira explained on the website. "Many of them take goofy pictures, jump, skate or bike."

"No historical event compares to the Holocaust. It's up to you how to behave at a memorial site that marks the death of 6 million people," he continued.

A number of images have been removed from the site since it went live on Wednesday, and as of now, only three remain.