Worcester : MA : USA | Nov 23, 2010 at 2:34 AM PST
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naked man in a car boot

A Google Street View picture showing a nude man in the boot of a parked car in Germany has sparked debate on the internet. This is the block buster news of 2010.

The picture shows the car is parked on the driveway of a house in Mannheim in southwest Germany. A dog lies nearby surrounded by the contents of the sports car's boot.

The image has prompted a rash of internet speculation over what activity the man could be involved in, Daily Telegraph reported Tuesday.

One Internet user told the CNET website he thought it was just "an illusion" with the man wearing tight skin-coloured shorts while fixing his brake light.

However Google has removed the image from Street View, which only went live in Germany at the beginning of the month.

It is not the first time a Google Street View image has provoked debate.

In August a photo emerged of what appeared to be a dead schoolgirl laying on the side of the road in Worcester. However, it turned out to be 10-year-old Azura Beebeejaun who was lying down playing dead with her friends. That was a amazing news for viewers and reporters because it was first happens throughout the world.

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