UK Cameraman Turns The Tables On Google Street View Car During Argument
Apr 10, 2009 16:40
It looks like Google is continuing to make friends in the UK—only this time it's the driver of the Street View car that was outraged.
A local photographer in the village of Wool in Dorset spotted the Google car mapping the area and decided to capture a few shots of it. The driver of the car was not pleased:
The Google driver then proceeded to shout at the photographer and said: "Don't you take pictures of me, mate." He then asked the photographer to blur his face out of the pictures as Google does in its Street View images.
HA! The photographer managed to get several shots of the vehicle without having to resort to fistcuffs, but we will be sure to keep an eye on the powderkeg that is Google Street View's UK adventure. [Telegraph]
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