Google Maps shock as naked man with unblurred privates appears on Street View

EAGLE-EYED netizens have spotted a very rude photo that's visible on Google Maps.

In a forum post on Tuesday, a Reddit user shared the image, which shows a man standing completely naked holding a teacup in what looks like a hotel room.

The cheeky chap is facing the camera with his willy on show and appears to be waving nonchalantly to the viewer.

Reddit user "Traditional-Island-6" shared the x-rated snap to the popular r/GoogleMaps forum.

The explicit snap is available to view in Street View in an area north of Beijing, China.

Street View is a tool on Google Maps that provides interactive panoramas from positions along many streets in the world.

While Google produces most of the imagery itself, the firm also allows users to contribute their own photos to its street-level image galleries.

It appears that someone has managed to sneak the silly snap past Google's filters and onto Maps.

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Google bans nudity from its digital map services, and typically censors or removes indecent photos that make it onto Maps.

It's unclear whether the search giant is aware of the presence of the image on its app.

The Sun has reached out to Google for comment.

On Reddit, users reacted in shock and delight to the obscene discovery.

One commenter wrote: "Man's got to have a hobby".

Another wrote: "That's absurd dude".

It's far from the first bizarre discovery made on Google's digital map service.

Last month, users spotted a $2billion B-2 stealth bomber as it soared over farmland in the United States.

Satellite imagery available on the digital map service has provided a rare birds-eye view of one of the angular aircraft above rural Missouri.

Eagle-eyed Reddit user "Hippowned" unearthed the once-in-a-lifetime shot and shared it to the site's popular r/Damnthatsinteresting forum.

The image is slightly blurry, but viewers can clearly make out the bomber's W-shaped wing design and famous "hawk's beak" nose.

That shape means there are very few leading edges for radar to reflect from, helping it to fly incognito in enemy airspace.

The aircraft's twin engine exhaust channels are also visible towards the rear, as well as its jet-black windscreen.

In other news, personalised smart guns, which can be fired only by verified users, may finally become available to U.S. consumers this year.

Scientists are embarking on a mission to unravel the mystery behind dozens of grisly child mummies buried in an underground tomb in Sicily.

Police have caught an Italian mafia henchman who'd be on the run for 20 years after spotting the fugitive on Google Maps.

And, one of the best-preserved fossils ever found has confirmed that young dinosaurs burst from their shells just like baby birds.

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