A viral Google Maps street view appears to show the moment a surfer was caught with his trousers down in a beach-side car park.
The man and his friend, who are in an unknown location, appear to have been snapped by the camera after returning from a day of surfing.
Both men are seen wearing baseball caps and black shorts with snowboards at their feet.
One of the men has a towel in his hand, suggesting he is in the middle of getting dried.
The individual appears to decide in a split second to use this moment to do something cheeky and pull a prank on the camera.
With his back to onlookers, the man pulls down his shorts to greet the camera and reveal his bare bottom.
Fortunately, Google Maps blurred out the man's bum.
His friend, who took a more traditional approach to seeing the camera, can be seen stood next to his bare friend.
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The man outstretches his hand and appears to be waving at Google Maps with what appears to be a smile on his face.
Google Maps street view has become increasingly popular in recent years and users now hunt to spot unexpected moments happening around the world.
Some of these incidents, like the two men in the car park, happen by change, whereas others have been planned by people caught in the images.
Google Maps user finds eerie 'mass grave for Covid victims' in New York City
In a recent Reddit post, one user believes he has found an eerie Covid gravesite in New York.
The overhead shot shows an open plot of land with space for numerous bodies surrounded by trees and greenery.
Users disputed the claim however, calling the image “dated” from “before they started needing to use” it.
New York suffered almost 50,000 Covid deaths, with more than 30,000 of those in the city itself.
Hart Island, situated north east of the Bronx, has been used as a public cemetery for the homeless, people unidentified at the time of their death and for the mass burial of disease victims since 1869.
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