Google Maps Street View: Man spotted in Manchester as he climbs into toilet

Google Maps Street View has an uncanny ability of capturing people in some rather unusual situations. The programme works by using 3D cameras which snap images of streets and cities around the world.

At the far end of the row of cubicles, one of the toilets has a rather odd occupant.

Clicking into the cubicle, the expected white toilet can be seen with the lid up.

Behind the toilet is a shelf with two rolls of toilet paper sitting atop it.

However, the person using the toilet is doing so in quite an unexpected way.

However, after the image was shared on Reddit, some users came up with a story behind what may be going on.

It involves the 1993 novel Trainspotting by Irvine Welsh which was later made into a film adaptation in 1996 by director Danny Boyle.

One Reddit user suggested the scene could be paying homage to the infamous moment main character Renton dives headfirst into a public toilet.

“That’s just Renton looking for the suppositories he got from Mikey Forrester,” the user wrote.


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