Google Maps Picture Appears To Show Man Pooing By Roadside In The Netherlands
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A photograph has re-emerged that seems to show a man with his trousers around his ankles having a poo in a field in the Netherlands captured on Google Maps.
Well, when you've gotta go, you've gotta go, right?
The photo was originally spotted by an eagle-eyed person perusing Google Maps near to the Dutch city of Roosendaal.
It's just the latest of many things that have been discovered on the world's most popular mapping app, and perhaps one of the most strange.
The post was captioned simply: "I found someone pooping in the grass."
As you can see, the man appears to have his trousers down around his ankles whilst he makes ready to do his business on the ground near to a gate.
As with everyone on the app, the persons face has been blurred. They're probably pretty glad about that, too.
Imagine dropping your pants and then spotting the unmistakable Google Maps car driving down a rural road in the Netherlands.
What odds would you get on that happening? Astronomical, surely.
Naturally, the people who have spotted the photo online are pretty pleased with it. Many have chimed in to make jokes and poke fun at the poor person's plight.
One wrote: "If this isn't something to be proud of, I don't know what is."
Another said: "When ya gotta go, ya gotta go. I wonder if that's the Google driver?"
Whoa. Imagine if it was.
A third person joked: "Imagine forever being the Google Earth Pooper."
Someone else said: "They're doing it wrong. That kind of grass ain't gonna be great for clean-up on aisle poo."
Obviously, the person's identity is not known, and it's unlikely that they're going to own up to it, but if the Phantom Road Pooper of Roosendaal is reading, please get in touch, we just need to know your reasoning.
As we've covered, this is just the latest chapter in a long line of things that people have spotted on Google Maps.
Most recently, someone discovered a 'route to heaven' in Arizona, as the found a road that just appears to head on off into the sky.
The fairly rubbish image shows a tarmacked road that does seem to just head on off up to the heavens.
Of course, it doesn't, but that doesn't stop people saying things online, does it?