Google Maps users confused after finding children stuck in BIN

GOOGLE Map explorers were shocked and confused after discovering a child hanging from the BIN.

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In the barrel

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In the barrelCredit: @thegoogleearthguy

This is the latest in a string of unusual and odd finds on the platform over the years.

TikToker Google Earth’s Boy was challenged to find it by one of his 1.1 million followers.

“I have a lot of questions about how he got there,” he said.

The TikTok star takes strange and confusing requests from other users and tries to find them on Google Maps.

The child he found was seen at Parc de Valency, in the Swiss city of Lausanne.

It actually dates back to 2010 but has only recently come to light.

Users feel confused that TikToker actually managed to get through it.

“What the hell,” said one.

“HOW,” another asked.

The Google Earth Guy spotted all sorts of weird things, including actual hills displayed in the iconic Windows XP wallpaper, a Spider-Man cosplay, and even an explosion.

And the child in the crate is also completely real.

You can see it for yourself by entering the coordinates 46°31’42.0″ N 6°36’47.0″ E on Google Maps and switching to Street View mode.

People have found all sorts of weird things on Google Maps over the years

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People have found all sorts of weird things on Google Maps over the yearsCredit: Getty

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