‘Shall we blur out his face? Yes, definitely’: Google makes a censoring blunder as a very cheeky dog walker flashes the streetview car but only his face is muzzed out
- Exhibitionist was walking in Liverpool when he spotted the survey vehicle
- Explicit image discovered by a Twitter user while he was using the service
- Google later corrected it so now the whole man and his dog are obscured
Google made a censoring blunder when a very cheeky dog walker flashed its Street View car but only his face was pixellated.
The exhibitionist was walking down Breck Road in Liverpool when he spotted the survey vehicle and pulled out his private parts.
The explicit image was then discovered by a Twitter user while he was using the mapping service.
The exhibitionist was walking down Breck Road in Liverpool when he spotted the survey vehicle and pulled out his private parts. This image appeared on Google Maps totally obscured but in this version his private parts have been pixellated
The user, @evertonWRLD, shared a video of him zooming into Breck Road before coming across the man.
He joked: ‘Shall we blur out his face? Yes definitely.
‘What about his c***? Naa, just leave it.’
The post quickly went viral, racking up more than 26,000 retweets and forcing Google to correct its error and fully pixellate the man.
He now appears to have completely disappeared.
Google corrected its error, so anyone searching the street now will only see a large pixellated area where the man and his dog had been walking