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You'll enjoy this: Here's evidence that not even the might of Google permits it to park vehicles from its Orwellian Opel spycar fleet in reserved doctor spots:

Police dine Street View car for parking in reserved doctor spot

Good work there by a vigilant Adam Ranshaw, and indeed the Boys in Blue, who apparently slapped the search monolith with a fine and a ticking-off for the violation in London's Long Lane

It's also beers all round for Simon West and his mates, who've been able to provide the first shaky video footage of the black hatchback doing its masters' dark will in Cambridge's Cherry Hinton last Saturday:

Meanwhile, our Google Maps web 0.2 mashup now boasts added sightings of the Street View fleet, including evidence that Aberdeen has fallen to the invading forces:

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Keep those pictures coming here. They can run, but they can't hide. ®

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Oh yes, even more beer for reader Ali, who provided evidence of Street View's limitless ambitions:

Street View car seen on Mars

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