Internet Users Reckon They've Spotted Creepy Cartel Members On Google Maps
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The trio of men can be seen wearing creepy masks while standing on the roadside in Moctezuma, Nacozari De Garcia, Mexico.
One of the men wears a Scream mask while standing next to someone wearing a black and white one, while on the other side of the road there’s a man in a wolf mask and a third with a red covering over his face and a hat.
A Reddit user shared the snap on r/GoogleMaps writing: “I just found the masked guys in Mexico.”
And it wasn’t long before fellow Reddit users began to speculate on who the blokes might be and why they’re hiding their faces.
One person said: “That’s the cartel. You wanna stay far far away from those masks.”
Someone else commented: “They turn around to face the car as it drives by - so creepy!”
A third wrote: “Oh shoot damn must have been scary for the Google Maps driver.”
Of course, there could be a much less sinister explanation for why the group are wearing masks - they could just be a bunch of pals on their way to do a spot of trick or treating, or maybe they’re going to a fancy dress party and want to win a prize for ‘least thought out costume’.
Creepy masked men are not the only unusual thing to be caught by the Google Maps camera - some one last year came across a fella taking a dump in a field.
A screenshot shared on the same subreddit mentioned above, showed a man on the side of the road somewhere in Roosendaal in the Netherlands, stooping down on the ground with his trousers and underwear down by his ankles.
Thankfully for all our eyes - the image is fairly blurry.
Commenting on the post one Reddit user replied: "If this isn't something to be proud of, I don't know what is."
Another said: "Imagine forever being the Google Earth Pooper."
Another joked: "When ya gotta go, ya gotta go. Wonder if that's the Google driver?" We're not sure the Google Driver would have been so daft as to have done it in the view of the camera. It would be pretty ironic though.
Featured Image Credit: Google Maps
Topics: Google Maps