GOOGLE Maps detectives have uncovered a VERY embarrassing moment captured by the search giant’s cameras.
Photos available on the digital tool capture the moment a clumsy young lad drops a bag of apples as he crosses the street in Estonia.
The hilarious mishap was spotted by Google’s Street View cameras as they drove through the eastern European country.
Street View is a tool on Google Maps that offers interactive panoramas from locations along many streets in the world.
Snapshots of the faux pas have gone viral before, but resurfaced on TikTok earlier this month.
user @thegoogleearthguy shared their own take on what happened to the “poor guy” with their 1.2 million followers.
The clip, posted on March 11, has garnered 60,000 views.
In it, a young man is seen on Street View holding a bag as he strolls down the street in the Estonian city of Tartu.
As Google’s vehicle glides past him, the camera’s view jumps and the boy with the butter fingers is in an awkward position.
He appears to be picking up what appears to be half a dozen apples that have fallen out of the tote he was holding moments ago.
TikTok fans expressed their sympathy for the unfortunate guy.
One user commented below the video: “Tear him up when he gets home…Mom will be mad.”
Another said: “This is me with the eggs my mum sent me to get.”
And a third wrote: “Poor guy just wanted his apples.”
It’s far from the first bizarre discovery made on Google’s digital mapping service.
In December, users discovered a $2 billion mark B-2 stealth bombers as it hovered over farmland in the United States.
Satellite imagery, available on the digital mapping service, has provided a rare bird’s-eye view of one of the angular planes over rural Missouri.
Eagle-eyed Reddit user “Hippowned” spotted the unique shot and shared it with the site’s popular r/Damnthatsinteresting forum.
The image is slightly blurry, but viewers can clearly see the bomber’s W-shaped wing design and famous “hawk’s beak” nose.
This shape means there are very few leading edges for the radar to bounce off of, helping it fly incognito in enemy airspace.
The plane’s twin-engine exhaust ducts are also visible to the rear, as is the jet-black windshield.
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