Google Maps Street View: Man shocks with explicit move on bustling Boston street

Google Maps Street View was initially developed in 2007 to help people map their way around towns and cities across the world. The clever software uses 3D cameras often attached to car or people, which are then carried around the streets of the world.

However, as the online programme has grown in popularity, users have begun to notice some rather surprising occurrences.

One such incident took place in the streets of Boston, Massachusetts, in the US.

While Google’s camera was making its way down Denver Street, in the heart of the bustling city, it seems one pedestrian had a special message to deliver to Google viewers.

In the images snapped by the Street View cameras, crowds of people can be seen making their way up and down the metropolitan avenue.

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The man stands on the pavement, facing towards the road and, most importantly, looking directly into the camera’s lens.

It is his hands, however, which do all of the talking.

The man is turning both of his hands up, fingers pointed in a rather explicit hand gesture.

It seems he is swearing at the Google camera, car or the person carrying the camera.

According to the privacy policy posted on Google Maps’ website: “Google takes a number of steps to protect the privacy of individuals when Street View imagery is published to Google Maps.

“We have developed cutting-edge face and license plate blurring technology that is designed to blur identifiable faces and license plates within Google-contributed imagery in Street View.”

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Users can also request for images to be blurred if they spot some of their personal property or event themselves within a Google Maps scene.

“If you see that your face or license plate requires additional blurring, or if you would like us to blur your entire house, car, or body, submit a request using the ‘Report a problem’ tool,” explains Google.


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