In the great tradition of pranking Google’s photographers, someone has penned a phallus on a Google StreetView camera-van in Australia. It pops up in the appropriately-named town of Long Gully, near Bendigo in Victoria, and continues through Maiden Gully (no, really). The graffito was apparently first noticed by BuzzFeed. Here …
Are you sure it's not someone who's drawn on your monitor, no "willy" that I can see!! Maybe you've been watching to much redtube? I guess google fixed that one pretty quick... :)
Slow news day...
It's not easy to see but it's there - it's on the lower image and if you move in the direction the camera is pointing in, you'll see a green outline although thanks to the trees, you'll pretty much never see the whole image against the sky.
Okay I see it, just...
Ya need to squint a lot but I guess when your pranking the google street view car detail ain't important. I like the one near me where he pulls into the fuel station to fill up. http://g.co/maps/m3vu5 I kinda thought these google street view cars were powered by nuclear fusion or something, seems not. :)
at least he was courteous
and pulled through to the end pump.
Are the cameras on a timer or a gps for taking shots? If they're on a timer, how many pictures of the gas station does google have?
Reminds me of the old Steven Wright joke about the camera in the kitchen.
Well, there's nothing remotely resembling a dick that I can see
Perhaps Google have fixed it now that you've published it. Maybe you should have posted a screenshot instead of the Flash map where Google can change things.
Nothing to see
Perhaps the journalist should take a Rorschach test.
It's hard to see
But I think its there.
If they were to take a right at Bendigo, join the A300, pick up the Hume, they'd end up in WANGaratta.
Harry LIVES !
early 70's oz totemic graffiti icon
texta back in pocket and gone
Looks more like a amplitude response diagram of a digital filter to me
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