From a naked man climbing out of a car boot, to an inappropriate romp in public, these snaps are guaranteed to make you chuckle. Its camera-loaded vehicles have captured plenty of instances of public nudity, and even apparent kidnappings. Google launched Street View in and since then has collected more than billion images from 87 countries. The tech "helps people virtually explore the entire world, from the depths of Antarctica to the top of Mount Kilimanjaro", according to Google. This Mum who flashed her boobs at a Google Street View car in Australia was charged with disorderly behaviour.
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Next time you're doing something you shouldn't be, just be aware that Big Brother is watching! If you thought 'Jesus and Mary' being spotted on Google Earth was weird then take a look at the other bizarre images that have been caught on camera from up in space. From a topless woman caught sunbathing on her roof-top terrace and a giant bunny rabbit to 'bloodied trails' looking like murder scenes and Oprah Winfrey's face, the Google satellite has caught it all. So next time you're doing something you shouldn't be, just be aware that Big Brother just might be watching you! Celebs TV. Funeral Notices Horoscopes Offers Newsletter signup. In Your Area. Got A Story? Jesus and Mary appear in Google Earth and the Top 10 most bizarre satellite images. Rebecca Pocklington.
Very racy graffiti spotted in one British city through Google Earth satellite images
Spotters poring over satellite images housed on the popular Google Earth service have spied what appears to be two topless sunbathers in the Dutch city of The Hague soaking up the rays. The pair - one apparently a woman and the other seemingly a man - are sunning themselves on rooftops that are about 1. The woman appears to be lying face down on a rooftop terrace in a residential area not far from the Dutch Parliament. The man seems to be clad in shorts and can be seen sitting on the roof of a house opposite a canal or river. Vigilant spotters note that given the lack traffic on the roads, the absence of people on nearby streets and beaches and the angle of shadows, the image was mostly likely taken in the early morning.
Tuesday, 24th March by Alex Turnbull. Warning: This post contains partial nudity and other images that you may not deem suitable for the workplace or for children. Evaluating the situation again nearly 3 years later, it seems that only half the people got what they wanted. When Google launched their controversial Street View service in the US, we saw all sort of things that the press were appalled at; including our own post of the Google Street Fight that went on to become one of the best known Street View sightings. Perhaps because of the way US culture operates, we saw violence in the streets — but sexually explicit images never appeared within the US Street View images to any great extent.