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It's a weird and wonderful world we live in. And, whether you want to accept it or not, we all contribute to it on a daily basis, especially the weird. Want proof? Well, just point your browser at Google Street View. After all, where there are roads, there are people. And people are weird. Some say he's the third member of Daft Punk. Others, that he served Clarkson a cold dinner while smirking under his helmet. But this shot of a moody Stig standing by Loch Ness supports the rumours that we've just made up that Top Gear 's masked mystery is actually an accomplice of the lake's resident monster. Google Street View: blowing covers since
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There are people who probably don't mean to be caught having sex for all the Internet to see, and then there are these two. A couple in Australia seem to have seen the Google Street View cars coming and prepared for their big moment in viral infamy by having apparently fake sex on the side of the road. As astute readers will no doubt notice, it doesn't look like these two are actually bumping uglies down under.
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By Jack Elsom For Mailonline. Parked off the beaten track in the heart of a Taiwanese mountain range, this couple thought that their naked roadside embrace would forever remain their secret. But a picture of their intimate moment has been viewed by thousands after a Google Street View camera photographed them in their amorous act. Despite Maps's crackdown on nudity, the site did not manage to sift out this nude man and woman's private moment on Shantian Road, Taichung. A naked couple's roadside embrace off the beaten track in Taiwan has been photographed by a Google Street View camera. The image would have likely remained undetected if it were not for an eagle-eyed Google user who spotted the couple before plastering their embrace across social media. He wrote: 'I took a look on Google to see whether I'd find some animals, and unexpectedly came across this wonderful sight! But if you were to look straight up the road on your computer or mobile device, you would only see their white Kia SUV. Only if you rotated the camera using Google Maps's degree technology would you stumble upon the naked lovers pressed up against a face. The tech giant vowed to clamp down on nudity following a viral image of a Taiwanese woman who flashed her breasts last year.

An image of a couple getting amorous on a car might shock the average street maps viewer looking for an address. Unfortunately for the couple, their public display of affection has been caught by a Google car and is immortalised forever. The couple have found a novel way to enjoy the good weather, as the woman leans over the car, with her partner stood behind her. The image of a balcony shows a bizarre creature, or a frightening monster standing on a balcony. The image is likely to have been a statue, but Google Maps now appears to have blurred out the image. Other Google Maps Street View thought they had spotted a dead body on a pier , but not all was what it seemed. Another woman appeared to fall into a ditch on her bicycle. Google Maps has captured numerous people in situations they perhaps wished had been kept quiet. The viral image shows a couple appearing to engage in a sex act by their parked car. Google Maps: Street View shows couple doing this scandalous sex act on a car.

It's a weird and wonderful world we live in. And, whether you want to accept it or not, we all contribute to it on a daily basis, especially the weird. Want proof? Well, just point your browser at Google Street View.

After all, where there are roads, there are people. And people are weird. Some say he's the third member of Daft Punk. Others, that he served Clarkson a cold dinner while smirking under his helmet. But this shot of a moody Stig standing by Loch Ness supports the rumours that we've just made up that Top Gear 's masked mystery is actually an accomplice of the lake's resident monster.

Google Street View: blowing covers since When the Google Car took a trip down a rural road in Australia, it probably wasn't expecting to come across so to speak possibly the most public dogging event in human history. Do you duck and cover every time a pigeon takes flight in your general vicinity? Then you're going to want to avoid this nightmarish Japanese street. Well a group of eight human-pigeon hybrids were spotted on a Japanese sidewalk wearing some eerily realistic pigeon head masks. The question is, was this an intentional stunt or were this group of friends actually roaming the streets wearing pigeon heads?

Whatever the answer, it makes for a sleep-ruining snapshot. Actually they were part of an organised Google-baiting exercise arranged along the street. Annoyingly, like public sex, Street View doesn't seem to agree with even the softest of violence and blurs out the battle if you get too close. So we can only enjoy the spectacle from a tight angle.

When you've got to go, you've got to go. But for goodness sake, make sure you have a good look over both shoulders before you let loose on the side of someone's house. This guy's lack of awareness has resulted in a great deal of embarrassment and internet infamy.

He's just lucky Google was too far away to see his face. Or anything else. OK, so this is the internet, not TV, but the joke doesn't work if you're all pedantic about it so shh. Instead, take a trip up to the Scottish Highlands where somebody's had a right mare. God knows how that car ended up in that ditch or how the driver is going to explain that to their partner.

But to put the cherry on top of this very embarrassing cake, Google Street View rocked up to capture it all. Not only does Google like to expose rally drivers and interrupt tense duels, it's also in the business of gate-crashing fancy dress parties.

For once, there was nothing these superheroes could do to stop the force of Google as it cruised past this pub. To be fair, even Spiderman and co deserve to let their hair down. A dog is a man's best friend. But is the feeling mutual? On this evidence, no. No it isn't. Seeing the Street View wagon looming and sensing his chance to become an internet star, this chap, standing outside his apartment, lifted his adorable dogs above his head with the biggest smile, Lion King style.

While he's clearly loving life, the pups, on the other hand, couldn't look more terrified if they tried. This shot of a man lying face down on a cobbled Edinburgh street why are so many of these Street View gaffes in Scotland? After a bit of investigating on Google's part, thankfully, it turns out it was the latter.

At first glance you might ask yourself what an earth are all those people doing standing in a snowy field? But on closer inspection it turns out they're all scarecrows. Horrifying, soulless scarecrows placed among a very cautious famer's crops. As well as looking like the start of a low-budget horror movie, it's fair to say that it'd take a brave bird to chance their arm at feeding on this produce.

Okay, we'll level with you. We have no idea what's going on here, how it came to pass or why. It appears to be a family having a garden party at the side of a countryside road. We can only hope they own the house just up the street, but even then this remains a weird place to set up camp on a sunny weekend. Each to their own, we guess. We've seen a few jokers play up to the camera, but these two have gone a step further.

Putting on some scuba diving gear, as you do, they appear to give chase to the Google Car. Thankfully, Google was too quick for them and managed to escape the mardy pair. Those fins couldn't have helped. Try some running shoes next time, guys. As we've already seen, Street View is no prude when it comes to the call of nature. And that's unfortunate news for this guy who was snapped after an impromptu bowel movement.

Sure, he claimed it was a spilt drink when tracked down by the internet, but then you would, wouldn't you? Not only has Google been stitching up the general public, catching them in the most embarrassing situations, it's not letting up on its own staff either. Here, the driver is just carrying out some general maintenance on his camera and Google has decided to publish it. That is great banter. Type keyword s to search. Advertisement - Continue Reading Below.

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