Random Country Road in Taiwan Gets 5-Star Rating on Google Maps After Woman Uploads ‘Boob Video’
An unidentified woman in Taiwan added a risqué video of herself flashing her boobs on a remote road on Google Maps, racking up hundreds of five-star ratings for the location.
The 18-second naughty clip shows the woman looking around her surroundings in Pingtung County, Taiwan, to make sure that nobody notices her pulling down her pink top to show off her breast to the world.
Pingtung is known for its farmland and rural areas, but the quiet route has suddenly turned into a hot spot, receiving an influx of five-star reviews after the woman’s photos were seen on Google’s Maps service.
Local residents who saw the viral video joked that they were headed to the village “straight away.”
“I’ve never thought about going there but now I want to. It definitely seems like a lively area,” one commenter said, according to The Sun.
“This is a great place!” another one said. “I’m not afraid to make a special trip! This is the glory of being an experienced driver.”
But Google executives were not laughing. Google Maps forbids pornographic or sexually suggestive content.
According to the Daily Mirror, a Google Taiwan spokesman said, “The data sources on Google Maps include third-party partners, public information, and user submissions, but may not be correct at times.
“When users find errors, missing locations, or other issues on the map, they can respond with a ‘report problem’ in the lower right corner of the interface. Google will review the content and take appropriate actions.
“Users can refer to Google’s content policy instructions to understand what content is prohibited and restricted, such as not allowing pornography, explicit or sexually suggestive content.”
The breast video has since been taken down and Google is reportedly investigating how the clip managed to circumnavigate the tech giant’s nudity filters.
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