Since it’s inception in 2007, Google Street view has been the source of some great candid moments.
According to a new post on Reddit, a new eddition to the webernet has been found.
Reddit user “lpmark04″ posted on the social media website, saying Google captured “the glorious moment when my buddy kicks his now ex-gf out of his house.”
According to the post, the alleged incident took place in Southern California but did not elaborate where.
The Street View capture shows a woman standing before a pile of what appears to be her stuff, and compact car with its trunk open.
lpmark04 elaborated in the comments:
A little backstory: this picture was taken a couple years ago since they have been broken up for a while now. My buddy no longer lives in the same town as me but I became aware of this recently by his brother who is currently my coworker. I find this even more hilarious because I actually knew this girl, as me and my then-gf, her and my buddy used to double date occasionally
Many Reddit users think the woman is simply cleaning out really really messy car.
one user wrote:
There are suspiciously few possessions, especially given that all that stuff just looks like garbage and what reasonable man lets his ex take his beach chairs? No no no, something isn’t right here
Another user took a closer look:
Upon further inspection, it looks like its just a girl cleaning out her car closet … unless this ex-gf’s only possessions are floor mats, foldable chairs and other things commonly found in trunks (inflatable sex dogs). In which case, I am sure that this guy who is pissed at this girl wouldn’t drop everything of hers directly behind her car.
EDIT: Whenever a post is about a “buddy” 60% of the time it’s a phony every time. Can’t confirm it’s his buddy’s yard since buddy moved away. The perfect crime … just sprinkle some crack on him and let’s get out of here, Johnson.
What do you think? Did Google street view capture a breakup? Is OP a dirty liar? Does this girl have one of the messiest cars in existence?
Artist Jon Rafmanhas been documenting the absurd in Google Street View since 2009 with his project 9-eyes and continues to find ridiculous picture after ridiculous picture. Here’s a brief look at his collection of funniest images of people in Street View.
Check out some of his finds below.