Wouldn't it be cool to see your grandmother on a Google Map’s street image? How about after she has already passed on to the other…
On a regular, quiet residential street in “Middle Road”, Worcester, England, a little girl was accidentally photographed last Summer by a Google “Street View” car, and she was sprawled out face-down, on her stomach, like an “X” on the pavement, at the very moment the picture was taken. People saw it on Google Street View recently when they were viewing the town, and the story skyrockets from there…Boom!
Although Google Earth and Google Street View are not supposed to include any “humans” or “license plates” in their photos, Google totally blew this one and scared the living daylights out of viewers by leaving the little girl in the published photo! Officials then inspected the real street after reports of the “dead” girl that came in, and what did they find?
They found her!
The little girl that was laying on the pavement was found, and she was even surprised to find out that people saw her while they were logged on to Street View-reported her to officials-and made her into an overnight world star! The viewers thought they were reporting a dead girl, but the dead girl has been found-and she’s completely alive!
The 10-year old girl, Beebeejaun Azura said in an interview: “I didn’t know anything about the Google Street View car (recording me). I fell over while I was playing with my friend and thought it would be funny to play dead. I’m quite chuffed I’m on the internet. It is quite funny and I can’t wait to tell my classmates when I go back to school.”
“Her mother, Saira, 43, said she was amused the image had caused such a fuss among her neighbors.”
Last Summer, Google Street View photographed every street in the country using cars fitted with roof mounted panoramic cameras. Azura got ?lucky? and made it in the photos. That’s only a story you can tell in 2010!
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