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Houston man forced to relive bad day over and over on Google Street View
One day he’ll have a good laugh about this.
This is a plight we can all relate to. Whether it’s spilt soda landing on a lap in the lunch room or an accidental splash of puddle water landing in exactly the wrong spot, everyone has experienced the misfortune of looking like they’ve peed their pants.
Most people are lucky enough to not have to experience what came next for Justice, though. As he stepped outside to let his pants dry out in the hot Houston sun, he glanced up to see a passing Google Sreet View car, arriving just in time to preserve his rotten luck.
“Look for me on Street View soon,” Justice wrote in a Facebook post after the incident. “I’ll be the guy that looks like he pissed himself.”
This week, Justice’s terrible, horrible, rotten, no good, very bad day finally appeared online. He can be spotted at the intersection of Capitol and Main streets in Houston, right in front of the restaurant he manages—his face blurred, his pants soaked.
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AJ Dellinger is a seasoned technology writer whose work has appeared in Digital Trends, International Business Times, and Newsweek. In 2018, he joined Gizmodo as the nights and weekend editor.