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Google Maps Captures Fight Between Two Men On Street In Scotland

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Google Maps Captures Fight Between Two Men On Street In Scotland

Google Maps has become a vital tool for lost citizens of planet Earth.

But beyond this primary purpose, in photographing the myriad of streets that encrust the globe, Street View has immortalised countless majestic moments that would otherwise have been confined to fleeting moments in time on unassuming roads.

Take this scrap on Parbroath Road in Glenrothes, Scotland.

What drama. Credit: Google Maps
What drama. Credit: Google Maps
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As the Google Maps camera passed, it captured the roadside brawl unfolding.

Now, you can relive the tussle by simply moving your way down the road and watching how it played out.

In one grab, the two adversaries can be seen facing off in a fighting stance. Then, as you move towards the mini roundabout, one man is snapped falling to the ground, as Barry blue trainers stands over him.

We have a victor. Credit: Google Maps
We have a victor. Credit: Google Maps
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Don't worry too much about the fallen fella though, 'cause he's back on his feet in just another click's time.

It's a joy to watch. A piece of real life modern art. You can check out the fight for yourself with these coordinates.

Perhaps unsurprisingly, all kinds of gems have been captured by Google Maps. For example, people recently spotted what appears to be a man taking a dump in the Netherlands and armed police responding to a major incident in England.

But it has also captured more meaningful moments too.

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Leslie Yajaira, from North Carolina, USA, never got to say goodbye to her late granddad, who died a few years ago. However, while looking through his old farm on Google Street View, she spotted him sat out by the road.

Ms Yajaira shared her discovery on Twitter last year and it went viral, receiving more than 420,000 likes - and it turned out she wasn't the only one who was able to trace a lost loved one with the tool.

Responding to the tweet, many others shared snaps of deceased relatives - and even pets - captured by one of the Google cars:

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Who would have thought Google Street View could be so moving?

Featured Image Credit: Google Maps

Topics: Viral, Funny, Community, Scotland

Jake Massey
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