With an X-rated snap, a Google Maps Loch Ness street view error has Twitter in hysterics.
GOOGLE MAPS is a mapping service provided by Google. With an X-rated snapshot of a naked man, the Loch Ness street view has put Twitter users in hysterics.
When fans of the Loch Ness monster sought to check up the famed spot on Google Maps street view, they were greeted with an unexpected surprise. Instead of beautiful foliage and a beautiful lake, they were greeted with a naked man snapping a picture. Google Maps has changed our lives by allowing us to travel the globe without ever leaving our couches. It does, however, hiccup now and again, offering some good entertainment.
People seeking for the Loch Ness monster on Google Street View recently discovered something quite different.
The legendary Loch Ness monster is a fabled creature said to live in the lake’s freshwaters, and many people have tried to find and photograph it.
One Twitter user who wanted to learn more about the place used the app to search “loch ness” and was surprised by the snapshot he received after selecting street view.
The snapshot showed a naked man taking a selfie with a selfie stick, likely for a provocative photo.
He appears to be giggling as he stands naked on a patio with loungers and chairs behind him.
There appears to be a pool and another individual (totally clothed) soaking up the sun via the windows.
The user was taken aback by the snapshot and shared it with his social media friends.
“Public announcement,” read the tweet. In Google Maps, type in ‘loch ness’ and click on the street view (I apologize in advance.)”
He then stated that Google Maps’ street view feature was hacked with another unknown location where a naked man was standing outside.
Instead of the lake where the Loch Ness monster is said to live, an apartment appears on the left side of the screen.
When the street view button was pressed, viewers were transported to a whole new area.
The user navigated through the software and came face to face with the now-viral internet sensation.
Many people have used social media to air their grievances.
After trying it out for themselves, one joked about seeing the ‘Loch Ness C******r.’
“That ain’t no dude… that’s Nessie,” wrote another.
“If that’s Nessie, I’m glad we never found him,” commented a third.
Some Google Maps users, on the other hand, allege that the snapshot has been taken. “Brinkwire News in Condensed Form.”