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LOOK: Most NSFW Google Street View Ever?

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The 15-lens cameras atop Google’s Street View cars have recorded a host of “interesting” moments in the nearly six years they’ve been snapping photos of the world’s streets: Paddington Bear, the naked Florida woman and, of course, “horse boy,” to name just a few.

But the images of the woman and man on Temperance Street in Manchester, U.K., engaged in some, errr, “manual stimulation” could take the not-safe-for-work cake.

WARNING: NSFW IMAGES BELOW

Google Sightseeing, an unofficial blog covering Google Maps and Google Streetview, embedded the map in question on its site on March 7.

Tweets from Google Sightseeing indicate that the images were unavailable later that day, but not before screenshots had immortalized the couple.

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Though Google wouldn’t confirm to The Huffington Post when it had taken down the images, a spokesperson emailed a statement outlining how users can report objectionable “moments.”

From Google:

Street View captures images that can be seen by anyone walking down a public street; unfortunately, sometimes we capture odd or unpleasant moments. When a user comes across an image that they believe is offensive or inappropriate, they can let us know through the “Report a problem” tool at the bottom of the image. We regularly monitor and respond to these requests.

Another independent Maps blog, Google Maps Mania, noted that someone changed the name of the street from Temperance Street to “Hand Job Alley,” although it was not long before Google ruined that, too. changed it back. (A screenshot is still available at Google Maps Mania).

LOOK: The current (censored) map for 105 Temperance Street, Manchester, England:


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(Hat tip, Gawker)

Read the Rest of this Article ->: Comedy on HuffingtonPost.com on 15 March 2013






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