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A Google Maps user has spotted what appears to be a bit of a bust-up between neighbours, with one resident mowing the word 'bitch' into the lawn of a property.
The Google Earth snap, taken in Salt Lake City in Utah, was shared on Reddit alongside the caption: "I don't think the neighbours get along very well."
The photo shows a residential area with numerous properties with fairly large gardens outside - one of which has the word 'bitch' cut into the lawn alongside a huge arrow pointing at one of the houses. Subtle...
Over the years the Google Maps cameras have caught all kinds of weird and bizarre images - recently pics taken out in the Dutch city of Roosendaal caught a bloke having a poo in a field. Lovely.
Again, this photo was shared on Reddit, with the words: "I found someone pooping in the grass." You sure did, pal.
In the image, the man can be seen squatting down in a field with his trousers pulled down past his knees.
Probably not the dude's finest moment, so we can only imagine how he feels about it being on Google Maps for all the world to see.
Or, as one Reddit user commented at the time: "Imagine forever being the Google Earth Pooper." Imagine indeed.
And it's not just members of the public misbehaving on Google Maps. Sometimes the technology can play its part in creating some pretty odd images - as one UK woman discovered.
Sally Doherty hopped onto Google Street View to get a better look at a property she was thinking of buying in Woking, Surrey, when she came across a glitch that presented her with a pair of disembodied legs in the middle of the street.
Sally said: "I was actually looking at a property on Rightmove, I clicked on [Google] Street View, which took me to a barren landscape.
"I scrolled down a tiny bit looking for the house... and there were the legs.
"Initially, I was completely freaked out. I think I had a sharp intake of breath. Then it was more of a 'What the...?' as I tried to work out what was going on.
"I mean, the Street View was supposed to be taking me to a house and suddenly... disembodied legs."
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