Cheeky couple spotted on Google Maps stripping off on hot sunny beach

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Since it was launched back in 2005, Google Maps has become the best tool for navigating around the world.

Not only is it great for getting you from A to B, the street view app is perfect for seeing what people are really getting up to.

Now an eagle-eyed user has spotted a cheeky couple getting naked in the middle of a beach in Tulum, in Mexico.

So what are the duo really doing?

Well according to Express.co.uk, the pair seem to be pranking Google Maps after they spotted the camera lurking nearby them.

The man and woman were initially dressed for a day of sunbathing and splashing in the sea in their swimsuits.

But once they spotted the Google camera passing by, they decided to get a little bit naughty.

In one photo, it shows the duo heading to the shallow waters of the blue sea to strip off completely naked.

Both of them can be seen bending down to remove their clothes before flashing their bare bodies at the camera.

And it doesn't even end there for the mysterious duo.

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The couple are then photographed revealing their bare bottoms directly at the Google camera.

Usually the Google cars are able to steer clear of inappropriate displays, but the worker travelling on foot got front row seats to it.

However, after the couple's naked display, they soon put their beach outfits back on and continued their day.

As part of Google's privacy policy, fortunately for the pair, their identities remain a secret.

The software automatically blurs people's faces under its privacy guidelines so you won't ever be identified on the app.

Also Google had to take further steps to hide their naked display with the bodies completely blurred online.

A spokesperson previously spoke on the subject of explicit content.

They said: "We take a number of steps to protect the privacy of individuals when Street View imagery is published to Google Maps."

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