Google Maps Street View: Racoon tries to enter house window in Estonia | Travel News | Travel

The Google Maps images capture a bright green house with contrasting red windows. On the second floor, a large animal can be seen attempting to enter through the window. With a bushy tail and short legs, it appears to be a racoon trying to force its way into the house. Spotted in Estonia, the creature cannot be confirmed. It could have been a racoon dog, which is a popular creature through Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania. The house was located down a small side road in Narva, the third largest city…

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Google Maps Street view: Man caught rudely peeping through house window | Travel News | Travel

Google Maps Street View -created in 2007 – has mapped hundreds of countries across the globe. The 360 degree cameras are made to capture roads, streets and addresses to open up the world to people online. Citizens are often caught in the crossfire by accident which can lead to rather bizarre situations. One man was caught outside a house doing something very rude. The man was caught standing on a quiet side road peeping into a house window. He wore a grey t-shirt and camouflage printed trousers, with tattoos up…

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Google Maps Street View: Lorry driver fails to see low bridge before crash | Travel News | Travel

Google Maps Street View captured a very embarrassing moment for a lorry driver in the US state. Spotted in Ste. Genevieve, close to the border of Illinois was the man stood next to a damaged van. The entire back panel had been ripped off, exposing the inside of the truck. What had happened was revealed further down the road. On the same road was a low-lying bridge made of heavy steel. Normal cars would be able to fit underneath it without any problem. The large lorry, however, failed to notice…

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Google Maps Street View: Can you spot what this spooky figure is doing? | Travel News | Travel

Google Maps Street View does not just comprise of what is captured by the Google Car. Users can up load their own images too, so pedestrian areas can be seen by internet users. One man has captured St Catherine Street in Montreal, Canada. Near a region known as “Gay Village”, the bustling downtown area is a pretty street. User Tommy Fafard captured the street in July 2014, as it is decorated for a festival. Following Tommy down the street, internet users will soon begin notice something rather unsettling. In each…

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