Google Maps Street View is traditionally used to help map out directions. The three-dimensional cameras allow Google to capture pictures of street-level surroundings, which in turn means users can click their way around the world.
They are making some rather rude signals at the camera.
Fingers stood to attention, they are swearing directly into its lens.
Behind them, their companion in white appears to be a little bit slower than them, though judging by the positioning of his arms it is not difficult to guess what may be coming next.
His arms are slightly raised, fingers ready to strike.
“We have developed cutting-edge face and license plate blurring technology that is designed to blur identifiable faces and license plates within Google-contributed imagery in Street View.”
This is not the first time some rude pranksters have been saved by the blurring facial technology.
In California, a similar scene unfolded outside of a hotel.
Similarly, a duo of men saw the Google car as the perfect target for some insulting hand gestures.
One commenter described their actions as “mindlessly vulgar”.