A couple of guys built a website that looked exactly like the website of a reputed bank, down to the last pixel. It was so good that not even experienced, tech-savvy users could tell the websites apart.
Normally, scamsters would build such websites in order to trick people into giving them their usernames and passwords (thereby allowing them to empty their bank accounts) but these guys did no such thing. Instead, they went around the town asking people what they thought of their wonderful achievement.
The police was sure this was a crime of some sort, but they didn’t know what to charge them with, because they hadn’t attempted to defraud anyone. Finally, they ended up being charged with “phishing for compliments”.