Australian Woman Flashes K-Cup Boobs For Google Street View Car, Gains Popularity Online
First off, this isn’t an April Fool’s joke. A woman in Port Pirie, Australia, who is justifiably proud of her figure, flashed her K-cup boobs for the Google Street View camera as it meandered down her street. Apparently for her next stunt, she plans to skydive topless on her 40th birthday.
Local residents were apparently a bit upset when Karen Davis, 38, ran out into the street around two months ago when she spotted the well known Google Street View car passing by. She ran down the street and then lifted her shirt to give the camera a view of her rather large boobs. Apparently her children were also watching close by.
— ABC News Adelaide (@abcnewsAdelaide) April 1, 2015
According to Davis she was just having a bit of fun, and getting her curvy figure on Google Maps was just one item to tick off on her “bucket list.” Also on that list is the act of skydiving topless on her 40th birthday.
Davis told The Advertiser that she ran down the street, following the car into Barry Street and then gave them the now famous flash as the Google Street View car went past. Apparently the car even came back again to make sure he got the shot right, or maybe the driver just wanted another look himself.
“I flashed as he went past and then he came back and did another one, I’m assuming to make sure he got the shot.”
Davis said she was sure that image would end up on the Google Maps website and turns out she was right. A friend found the image last weekend on Google Street View and immediately let her know.
Now her daring stunt has made headlines on all the local Australian media and there have reportedly been varying reactions on Facebook and elsewhere about the stunt, with some thinking it was hilarious and others thinking it was just plain disgusting.
“It’s very mixed. I’m getting ‘bad mum’, ‘feral’, ‘disgusting filth’ — I thought that was quite funny”.
She didn’t find the negative reaction embarrassing at all and says she hopes that Google won’t remove the image. However, Google has, since then, blurred her whole body out of the image as can be seen above.
However, Davis did find a lot of support from people “that aren’t jealous of big boobies.”
“I’m hoping Google will give me a T-shirt. I used to be ashamed of my bust size and now I’ve accepted it and I embrace it. It’s a set of boobs and they show them on TV, you know what I mean?”
She said that after she mentioned she had been contacted by several young men on Facebook, people thought this was “disgusting and filthy” too, but she did say she didn’t accept any of the men’s friendship requests.
“People are saying I’m disgusting and filthy for that, but I’m an honest person — probably too honest — but I haven’t accepted any of them (as Facebook friends).”
“I’ve just been like delete, delete, delete.”
According to the Mirror Online, Davis said that she is not ashamed of her body and that other women should have a healthier body image.
Google’s Street View cars are notorious for picking up the strangest scenes on their travels through cities all over the world, including public urination, robberies in progress, people pretending to murder each other, lost donkeys and couples posing in lurid positions, among others.
In fact, a recent prank for the Google Street View camera was posted on Twitter Tuesday but with no further details.
6th Avenue providing some real gems for Google Street View. pic.twitter.com/HhetemUvj5
— Bishop Nash (@BishopNash) March 30, 2015
Luckily for Davis, while some commenters online have suggested she might be charged with public indecency, she did contact her local police who told her “not at this stage, they have no concerns,” with the officer most probably chuckling behind his hand all the while.
On the subject of Google Street View, according to a report on the Inquisitr the infamous traveling mapping car is about to meet its Apple equivalent. So far Apple has been lagging behind Google in this sphere, but no doubt those cameras will also be picking up some interesting scenes on their travels too.
[Image: Google Street View]