Finding yourself on Google Maps’ Street View function can cause great delight for many people. However, this may not be the case for a couple in Brazil, who were caught up in a rather embarrassing incident. It occurred when the Google cameras happened to be capturing the street they were standing on. But, as the photographs were taken, the couple appeared unable to keep their hands off one another, with the duo sharing a very loved-up embrace.
The couple were stood on a road in Brazil, when the camera team drove past.
While their faces are hidden from view, the very public display of affection shows the pair very close together, sharing a smooch.
The woman is standing on her tip-toes, and has wrapped her arms around the shoulders of her companion.
Meanwhile, the man is leaning against a dark car, facing her.
As they kiss, the man rests his hands on her bottom.
Their identities have been kept under wraps due to the position they are in, despite the very public smooch.
And, it seems that the pair may not have been aware that the cameras were passing by.
That’s not the only awkward incident which has occurred on Google Maps Street View.
On a beach in Leblon, Brazil, two people found themselves looking as though they were entangled in a very awkward position.
The pair were sitting beside one another, while chatting with a group of friends.
At a first glance, it seems as though the woman’s head and neck is coming out of her knees.
Meanwhile, the man’s torso looks as though it is connected to her body.
However, upon a closer look, it’s likely that this very innocent mix-up actually occurred due to a technical glitch.
This is known as photography splicing, and can be caused when a number of images are assembled to form a smooth panoramic view.
The cameras shoot the content at 360 degrees, with the photos then being put together in order to create the Google Street View image.
But, if there is movement within the scene that is being captured at that point, a shift can occur within the finished product.