The hottest pictures stored on Google but still have the humorous things happen
Nowaday, many people usually use Google Maps Street View to travel online but it still has a lots ridiculous picture-hadling errors
Google Maps Street is an unitily that has ability to show a view at anyplace and it is very familiar to Google Maps user. Actually, there are many people using it for online tours all over the world and Kyle Williams is one of them.
You can freely visit anywhere in the world with Google Maps Street View
This boy is crazy about traveling around the world with Google Maps Street View. Kyle usually use it to visit many cities, find streets which have funny names, discover different places or simply obsever people all over the world. However, this boy has got some funny troubles from picture-handling breaks of this unitily. Let’s see what they are
This is the first picture-handling break he got
Why did he only look at the bikini?
You can hardly understand why Google Maps is able to handle this picture.
Now he starts to enjoy swimming
Funny body of this girl.
It is lucky to see a part of this woman
What can you see?
Do you know what she is doing?
Who is underground?
Look at his face!
He is well-nigh invisible.
Three-hand woman is real.
The headless man is real, too
OMG! even the bodyless woman
The two-head dog in legend.
What is this?
His face looks so fearful.
She is so cool.
Passion in photography,a guy was nearly being sucked into by aircraft
If he does not react quickly in a heartbeat, maybe the photographers will never go again operational
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