PORT PIRIE, Australia -- Google cars are giving us a virtual view of the world. They drive around with their cameras mapping neighborhoods.
But this isn't big brother watching.
Google's software pixelates images such as faces of individuals and license plate numbers.
But for some reason, Google’s powerful algorithms were confused when they saw 38-year-old Karen Davis.
The pixelation was never triggered when Davis, of Port Pirie, Australia, flashed the Google camera.
For those who think this is inappropriate, Karen said, ‘all the flat chicks think i am disgusting.'
But, she did it for a good cause - it was on her bucket list.
Davis was later charged by police with disorderly behaviour.