Google snaps Australian couple ‘having sex on road’

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SYDNEY—An Australian couple shot to fame on social media Thursday after an image of them having sex by the side of a rural highway made it onto Google Street View, sparking speculation it was a stunt.

The image, which has since been censored by Google, shows the couple bent over the hood of a silver sedan alongside the Dukes Highway outside the town of Keith in South Australia state.

The man has his shorts down; the woman appears to be waving to the Street View car as it passes.

A user on the social media site Reddit first posted the image, with Australian news outlets concluding the steamy scene was probably posed.

Another user, benxology, claimed the couple was “me and my missus.”

We saw the Google car on the way to Adelaide a couple of years ago. I sped up, overtook the car then posed with a Corona (beer) in hand,” he said.

I pinned the location in Maps to remember where it was to later check but never found it … Hilarious!!”

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  • Albert Einstien

    they censored it….lol

  • kilabot

    that’s nothing.
    if it were between a kangaroo and man,
    perverts would have celebrated worldwide,
    and claim it’s human-animal right.

  • WeAry_Bat

    Found the picture. It seems they played it up for the StreetView car :)

    I wonder why the streetview driver missed taking note their show.

  • CmdrAdobo

    just a publicity. to see is to believe :)

    • Oscar Hestiada

      just search the word benxology on google then click images.

      • CmdrAdobo

        later. after work :)

  • calipso_2100

    Pictures or it didn’t happen.

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