Randy couple caught in compromising position by Google Maps Street View camera

A couple have been spotted by Google Street View getting a little freaky on an abandoned plot of land surrounded by rubbish.

The odd finding shows the man and woman standing on the vacant plot of land in the Mexican neighbourhood of Paseo de Santa Fe, Juarez.

According to local news outlets, they were seen travelling to the secluded area on a motorbike.

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And once there, they proceeded to have public sex away from any locals.

But they were snapped by the infamous Google Maps Street View camera.

The woman appears to be half naked while the man seems to be zipping himself up, and they do both seem to notice the Google Street View car.

Google uses vehicles equipped with high-resolution cameras to capture every corner of the planet for their Street View service.

However, the cameras occasionally capture people in compromising situations.

Also in Mexico, residents have been filmed brawling, face planting the ground, and taking part in sex acts by the roadside, along with other unflattering incidents.

Those captured in awkward situations by the cameras can ask Google for the images to be removed, but will need to fill in a lengthy form in order to do so.

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The form can be seen on the Google website's support section and mention that the images were published without their consent.

The area where the pair went to bonk is actually one of Mexico's most historic.

It dates back to the 1500s, with the ruins of a hospital built in 1532 still standing for tourists to visit.

It's origins stem from the Spanish colonial era, when it was one of the biggest sand mining cities in the country.

The city is now very business centric, with more than 13% of all available land being used for office space, with McDonald's, Amazon and Apple all having bases there.

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