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Good old Google Maps. Not only does it allow us to navigate the street of a place before we've even been there, but it's also captured people across the world in some seriously compromising positions.
In the latest discovery from the company's most effective worldwide spy-cam, the navigational app managed to capture a brutal crash over in Tlaquepaque, Mexico.
The snap shows the moment a motorcycle and a pickup truck collide, causing one of the bike riders to go soaring into the air and another to hit the windshield.
As you can see in the background, the incident unfolded outside of a shopping mall and no doubt occured after the driver either took a U-turn or left the car park to hit the road.
Although the original picture was taken back in July 2015 and was blurred using Google Maps' automatic censorship system, which covers license plates and people's faces, according to Autoevolution, the app has since covered the photos even further to hide the crash.
There's no news on how the poor fellas on the bike are doing after that collision, but whether they survived or not, Google clearly doesn't want to risk upsetting anyone by showing the crash.
This is something they should've probably thought about when censoring the Liverpudlian dude who saw one of their ultra-clear cameras and decided to get his little fella out while walking his dog.
Despite their best efforts to rid the internet of this rather grisly sight, the tech giant accidentally blurred out the wrong part, covering up his face rather than his c**k and balls. Whoops.
Since the story broke last year, the image has been appropriately edited, but if you're really desperate to see the X-rated version, the original was posted by @evertonWRLD, who added a video with the caption:
"Shall we blur out his face?
"What about his c**k?
"Naa, just leave it."
Unsurprisingly, the post went viral and garnered a lot of amused comments on social media in the process.
"I bet that's his Mrs doing the five paces behind skulk so no one thinks he's with her," wrote one user, while another added, "Goolies Earth street view."
Well done internet, you can sit down now.
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