Google maps: Couple caught pulling funny moves in busy road on Street View

GOOGLE MAPS is a useful tool that everyone uses to navigate their way to various locations. But one couple have been spotted pulling a hilarious stunt on a busy road in Canada.

PUBLISHED: 14:57, Thu, Mar 26, 2020 | UPDATED: 15:13, Thu, Mar 26, 2020

Google Maps Street View is often used to look at well-known locations such as famous landmarks across the world. The tool is especially useful to those who can’t travel long distances and wish to have a glimpse of the world. But sometimes, Street View cameras snap people doing some hilarious and quite rude things.

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The tech giant’s huge sense captures all sorts, and what makes matters worse is that the images are uploaded to Google Maps for the world to see.

In fact, the most unusual and bizarre pictures often go viral.

This could be the case for one couple who were caught doing something rather odd in the middle of a busy Canadian street.

Although they are not doing anything rude, you can imagine the move may have slightly irritated people in their cars.

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A man and a woman appear to be doing press ups in the middle of a junction on a busy street.

The woman in the photo appears to be wearing shorts and a bikini top and has red hair.

The man in the snap is wearing a red cap, a baggy white t-shirt and short.

Strangely, the women doesn’t appear to be wearing and shoes while she does her press ups.

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