Google Maps Street View has spotted a shocking image of a low flying plane
Google Maps Street View car often captures the weirdest moments around the globe.
From funny people to weird buildings, the pictures are often confusing for people who stumble across them by accident.
The snaps – grabbed by the infamous Google Street View driverless cars – can even reveal some of the best–kept secrets in the world as Google blurs out areas of interest.
One spot in Sao Paulo definitely raises some questions.
Despite the plane being real, it isn’t really in the air
The scene spotted in Campinas, Sao Paulo, appears to be a very low flying plane, just metres above the road.
With B1M on the tail, the aircraft carrier seems to be way too close to any of the surrounding buildings to be safe.
On closer look, it is then easy to see that despite the plane being real, it isn’t really in the air.
It is actually attached to a metal man, appearing to hold up the plane in some sort of monument.
Google Maps Street View then shows the plane being attached to a statue in reality
It is a confusing sight, with the tail also reading “Voando Reciclagem” which roughly translates to “Flying Recycling.”
As to the reason behind it, no-one has owned up to why it is there or what it is promoting with Google Map fans remaining baffled.
Google Maps Street View has also created confusion when going through Pakistan.
The image shows a huge image of the flag of Pakistan in the desert, from the view above, with no one knowing how it got there.
Google Maps Street View also shows some confusing wording on the planes tail
Based in a barren desert, it was spotted near Dera Bugti, in the northeast of the country.
Many users have been left trying to work out why it was there in the first place.
It could have been put there by the government of the country to promote the area, knowing that it would be spotted by Google Maps.
With no explanation behind it, the theory of it being there to show off the country’s national pride makes the most sense.