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Google forced to blur out man’s entire house on Street View after camera car catches him ‘masturbating’

GOOGLE has been forced to blur out a man’s entire house on Street View after accidentally catching him ‘masturbating’ through the window.

The tech giant gave the man from Devon some privacy online yesterday after people were able to stumble on the view right up until Tuesday this week.

The man was caught in the act due to his curtains being left open as he sat beside the window while Google’s Street View car drove past.

The man masturbating in his home
The man was captured on Google Street View.

Images showed the man looking startled with his head turned towards the window and a hand on his genitals.

Video also show the camera navigating along the residential street before it rotates around to the right and discovers the man in all his glory.

A social media user shared a video of the shocking discovery on social media on Monday and got people talking.

They said: “Caught c**k handed.”

The aftermath of Google's blur
Google took steps to give the man privacy by blurring the whole house. Credit: Google

The video was liked over 83,000 times and received over 900 comments from shocked viewers.

One said: “Strong move on his part though. Stroking it with no computer or phone or video. Maybe he knew the google top-mounted camera car was on its way.”

Another said: “He should contact Google and have it yanked before it’s viral.”

A third said: “It’s one thing to glaze the knuckles and not get caught by someone in the house but this…”

A fourth person added: “That’s just bad luck.”

Another wrote: “Perfect timing would have been better if he was waving.”

While one added: “Yikes, that’s something I could have gone my life without seeing.”

Google Street View launched in May 2007 and has documented millions of homes around the world.

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