A modelling shoot in east London has workers distracted from their job. Click to see other images of people caught in situations where they might not have expected a camera to be present.
Something sinister or a man simply asking a motorist to lend him a belt? One BBC News reader alerted us to this picture in Lewisham on Google Street View, launched in the UK on Thursday.
Michaela Livingstone (right) says she remembers seeing a Google-branded car while out walking. Now she reckons she's managed to find herself on the mapping website.
Neil Jones wonders if the players on the billboard at Old Trafford asked to have their faces obscured after the team's abysmal performance against Liverpool at the weekend.
Duncan O'Neill alerted us to these two cyclists in Bristol who tried occupy the same piece of road at the same time. Are you one of them? Let us know: email@example.com
What a super scooper! Sara Russell wanted to alert us to this responsible dog owner in Hanwell, West London, who appears to be cleaning up after their dog while out walking.
Chris Gardener says he'd been out exercising with a mate. He reckons that, had he known the Google cameras were outside his house in Cardiff, he would have ditched the sweaty shirt.
Michael Crawford noticed that in Gulson Road, Coventry the Google team appears to have stopped to check their equipment.
Perhaps C-3PO's family have come to Central London for the day? Steve Cadman noticed these two people strolling down Tottenham Court Road in Central London.
Greg Tyler spotted the Google car on Johnstone Drive in Edinburgh. If you see any unusual or interesting images on Google Street View send them to firstname.lastname@example.org