Was she trying to cover her face there?
or is it just a case of bad timing?
Paris....because she would have had 'em out on time ;-)
It appears that while some people are increasingly concerned that Google's entertaining Street View might visually rape their swimming pool or lay bare their military secrets to black turbans and other jihadist riff-raff, the residents of Illinois have a rather more relaxed attitude to privacy. The proof comes in the twin …
Just following the lead of Maurice Bowra:
Parsons' Pleasure, a stretch of river at Oxford set aside for men's bathing, was historically off limits to women. One day, Maurice Bowra was bathing 'au naturel' with several other university dons when a boatload of women, having ignored the "Men Only" signs, rowed into view.
A number of dons on the bank promptly grabbed towels and fashioned impromptu loincloths - with the exception of Bowra, who elected instead to cover his head. "I believe, gentlemen," he declared, "that in Oxford I am recognized by my face."
In this instance its a silver saloon which is a little less menacing than a "prowling black snoopvan". Anyway...
If this becomes a sport I'm gonna stick a few bits of electronic stuff on the roof of my car, knock up a couple of Google'ish signs that are spaced so they say "Go ogle" and see how many random lovelies get their jubblies out!
If you follow the van down May Street, you can see what actually happened.
The "van" was traveling South down May Street. The girl watched the van approach and then flashes them.
Unfortunately, the timing wasn't good. But you have to admit that Chicago girls have spirit!
For those who don't live in the US, with the dollar down, and summer on its way, Chicago is a blast! (It makes up for the winters here.)
And yes, this should be a new sport!
Paris? Why? Cause she's jealous that this girl's set is bigger than her's. 8^)
I clicked the link n Google maps that said "places of interest". Sadly no more was revealed -sigh-
It begs the question - do the Google snoopvans have a bloody great big Google Earth logo spinning on top of them, or does that particular lass get 'em out for every black van that trundles past....
You're close to the mark Ian, but if you look at the size of the jumps between most images on that street and the distance between that shot and the one before, you'll note that there seems to be a gap. It appears that the money shot was removed from the set (probably to be stored on the hard drive of some lucky Google editor)
>One wonders in the land of the puritans and the armed to the teeth paranoids where it is almost now a felony life sentence for littering in the street , why has she not been tracked down and then charged with wilful exposure and assaulting a camera with dangerous tools ?
There aren't all THAT many puritans here and it's not just the paranoids who are armed to the teeth.
Littering isn't a felony (last I looked) and anyone who flashes her boobs at a Google_snoop camera rates applause in my book and I live here.
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