Google Maps Street View: Man’s crude move while riding bike spotted in residential area

Google Maps Street View: Man’s crude move while riding bike spotted in residential area

Many users may head to Google Maps to figure out the directions to a new location, or simply to scour the streets of their local neighbourhood from a virtual perspective. Along the way, however, they may happen upon some rather unexpected scenarios.

He is dressed in a vest, shorts and sunglasses – an indication he is prepared for some heat.

Yet, as innocent as a summer bike ride may be, the decision the man has made during his ride caught the attention of one Google Maps user.

Indeed, the man is pulling a rather crude gesture directly at the camera.

His right arm is raised in the air, middle finger standing to attention in a vulgar display.

Many others have also been spotted throwing vulgar insults at the Google Maps Street View camera as it rides by.

In Brooklyn, New York, three men were recently spotted making a similar display.

Stood outside of a red brick building, two of the men held their arms in the air as they swore at the camera.

Though their third accomplice appeared to be a little slower in his reaction, by the positioning of his arms, it is likely he too was going to join in the fun.

A similar incident also occurred outside of a hotel in California, where two men were spotted making rude hand gestures.

Some Reddit commenters were left unimpressed by the display, with one labelling the duo: “Mindlessly vulgar”.

Published at Fri, 20 Nov 2020 00:01:00 +0000