Google Earth users spot naughty image printed on rooftop without censor

Eagle-eyed Google Earth users have spotted a rebellious "f*** you" symbol on the roof of a building in Oslo, Norway.

The artwork of a hand giving the middle finger is only visible from above – so it seems the prankster has intended the obscene hand gesture for satellite or drone users making images of their home.

It's plainly visible on the top of a gabled roof at the coordinates 59°54'17"N 10°46'05"E and has been shared on social media.

TikTok user @googleearthglobal told their followers to "send this to your friends".

"F*** you friend," they then wrote in the caption with the clip.

The video was watched more than 1.8 million times and people were seriously impressed, with many admitting they had sent it to their mates as a wind-up.

One user wrote: "I'm gonna send it to my friend right now he's going to be annoyed."

"I sent it without watching it," admitted a second viewer.

Another user said the coordinates were "definitely real" and somebody else commented that "this man is a legend".

This comes after a Google Earth user claimed to spot a mysterious SOS sign more than 150ft across in the middle of a remote desert.

"SOS Stranded," read the message in the sand, near to another sign that simply read: "NO."

Another mystery was an apparent "burning cross" in an icy wasteland that left many people scratching their heads in confusion, while others reckoned the satellite image was showing the tragic aftermath of a plane crash.

Google Earth is a piece of software that makes a 3D representation of the globe based on satellite pictures.

The geo-browser shows aerial imagery, oceans, and over geographic data and there is a free version, as well as pro and enterprise.

It's often used by conspiracy theorists who search for weird things and anomalies in the images.

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