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This is what happens when you let Google’s cameras indoors.
Google Street View is Internet porn for people who are more obsessed with the Internet than they are with porn. It’s fascinating when you scroll through it—you have absolutely no idea what you’re going to find—and eventually, you might come across something worth saving.
But those who search GSV must remember that little stipulation about the Internet’s 34th rule, which states ever so frankly that if it’s out there on the Internet, there’s probably porn of it. 30 years into the Internet’s existence, that’s rarely been proven wrong.
It’s with that in mind that we take you to an extreme sports shop called Krakatoa somewhere on the south side of Briançon, a tiny hamlet of 11,000 in southeastern France. You can get anything you want in this Krakatoa: shoes, shorts, sunglasses, ski goggles.
According to Google Street View, you can also get your rocks off.
Thanks to a GSV link posted to Reddit’s r/funny, the world is now privy to the fact that two lovebirds decided they needed to simultaneously enter into the Krakatoa dressing room to try on some new clothes—er, I mean, no clothes.
Check it out. It’s totally wild and sexual and loaded with funny looking underwear.
Google Street View. It’s not just for investigating African donkey fatalities anymore.
Photo via reddeebug/Reddit
Chase Hoffberger reported on YouTube, web culture, and crime for the Daily Dot until 2013, when he joined the Austin Chronicle. Until late 2018, he served as that paper’s news editor and reported on criminal justice and politics.