Google's Street view allows you to delve into any area of the world, and experience some of the strangest sights ever. We've picked out our favourite fun and in some cases unexplainable pictures.
Where Spiderman parks his Mini Cooper
You know Batman parks his car in the Bat Cave, but did you know Spiderman parks his Mini Cooper on the street in his Web Garage? Actually we aren't sure, but nevertheless we're still trying to figure out what gives with all the webbing. Anybody spot Spidey somewhere close by on a rooftop?
Unidentified Flying Street View
The internet and UFOs fit together perfectly. So when Google Street View scavengers spotted red saucers in the service, it was reason to open an X-File.
When Google was asked about the flying saucers caught on Street Views, a spokesman quipped: "The interplanetary internet project is clearly gaining momentum quicker than we thought!"
Virtual drive-by tourist
Ever think less of tourists who don't bother to get out of their car when visiting landmarks? Now you can be one of them. Google Street Views lets you be a drive-by virtual tourist at some pretty impressive places such as the Roman Coliseum in Italy, the Eiffel Tower in France, or even Yellowstone National Park in the US.
Jimmy punches Tommy
One of these kids may have denied getting into a fight on the way home from school. But Street View don't lie. As soon as mum and dad start exploring their neighborhood on Google Maps, they are in for a big surprise.