It sounds like a dream assignment, but the team hired by Google to hike all miles of Florida's coastline says it was a more trying task than they expected. Especially the nude beaches. The four men started their trek in late summer as part of an initiative by Google's Street View and Visit Florida. For the next four months, each person carried a pound backpack equipped with cameras to capture and digitize degree panoramas of Florida's beaches. A tough assignment, given that high temperatures on Florida beaches in the summer regularly hit the 90s, but not unmanageable. Besides, they told the Miami Herald in an interview after they'd finished , they had a hidden motivator pushing them forward step after hot, sandy, step: Florida's nude beaches. Alas, the team found Florida's nude beaches to be a touch less than titillating , and even downright traumatic , reports The Atlantic Cities. It was pretty hot and pretty hard going when we started in August.
A series of photographs shared on Facebook have become viral since they revealed to us the unusual find that was made with the help of Google Maps. As it was revealed in social networks, a couple of nudists was captured in a paradise beach located in Spain; However, what angered thousands of users the most is that these private scenes were never censored by the navigation tool. Although this is not the first time that Google Maps manages to capture an intimate image through some streets of the world, users have protested since the photographs of this nudist couple were not censored by the application. What really happened? Keep reading to be aware of everything. Google Maps is one of the most popular virtual navigation tools in recent years.
Luckily for the guy his manhood has been hidden from view by a conveniently placed umbrella pole. The placement of the pole falls directly between his behind, concealing his private parts from the rest of the world. Previously, a man was caught performing a bizarre act on the street view. Real Life. Video Loading Video Unavailable.
Google Maps. Google Maps have a camera that travels the world capturing images of every street - and sometimes a little more than it bargained for. Recently, Express.