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Buttocks, thongs, and bullsh*t: Street Viewers cop an eyeful

Nothing escapes Google's all-seeing eye

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According to an illuminating report yesterday, Google's new Street View might, if deployed across Europe, provoke a flurry of litigation from unfortunates caught in compromising positions by the facility's all-seeing eye.

Well, we haven't yet seen any snaps of couples going at it like jackrabbits in New York doorways, or nude sunbathers who picked the wrong moment to whip off their kit, but Street View is starting to yield some promising results. Down in San Bruno, California, a colleague of reader Matt Filizzi just happened across this interesting view:

Man by side of highway shows nice arse cleavage

The Brits among you will recognise this cultural phenomenon immediately as "Dagenham cleavage" - a tantalising glimpse of butt crack as favoured by hairy-arsed builders:

A close-up of the offending arse cleavage

Quite what this bloke is doing we'll leave open to reader speculation, but he's got the making of a fine Essex brickie, and no messing.

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