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And now in Liverpool, one of its cameras has caught the moment a woman flashed her boobs.
The image, which is believed to have been taken in the Dingle area of the city, shows a woman standing in a garden lifting her top up to expose her bare breasts.
Three other women can be seen on the other side of the garden fence, all looking at the camera as it passes, while one appears to be pointing towards the flasher.
Another image taken from around the same time shows the trio of women standing around outside the open gate.
Google uses cameras fitted on to cars to capture 360-degree images to create its Google Maps Street View.
While a good idea, in theory, the cameras often end up picking up more than people bargained for with all kinds of bizarre moments snapped and uploaded.
Back in March, one Google Maps user found what appeared to be a fella having a s**t in a field in the Netherlands.
The photo was originally spotted by an eagle-eyed person perusing Google Maps near to the Dutch city of Roosendaal.
The post was captioned simply: "I found someone pooping in the grass."
The snap shows a blond-haired man with his trousers pulled down, squatting in a field. Lovely.
As you can imagine, it wasn't long before the image became the butt of many, many jokes.
One person wrote: "Imagine forever being the Google Earth Pooper."
Another asked: "When ya gotta go, ya gotta go. I wonder if that's the Google driver?"
Someone else said: "They're doing it wrong. That kind of grass ain't gonna be great for clean-up on aisle poo."
Earlier this year, an innocent Google search for the Loch Ness Monster would have presented you with some pretty NSFW results on Google Maps
For those of you who missed it, a search for 'Loch Ness' on Google Maps Street View would have given you a completely naked man standing facing the camera.
Fortunately for those who have been caught in compromising situations by Google's all-seeing eyes - all faces are (thankfully) blurred before they are shared online.