Knowing what the place you’re going looks like can be helpful when you’re going somewhere for the first time, but these bizarre images captured on Google Street View may be enough to make you want to go there again.
Not pasted has picked a selection of the weirdest situations spotted by Google Street Cameras, including a group of people in Tokyo who created a “creepy” scene by standing outside wearing pigeon masks.
A photo taken in Wallingford, Connecticut, shows a man appearing to shoot an apple off another man’s head, in a recreation of the moment between William Tell and his son.
Meanwhile, a homeowner in Fish Lake Creek, Alaska, was caught sitting on their porch in a bear costume.
Birds of a feather come together! Unpasted has rounded up the weirdest situations spotted on Google Street View, including a group of people in Tokyo who were seen wearing pigeon masks
Hope he has a good cause! A photo taken in Wallingford, Connecticut, shows a man who appears to be shooting an apple from another man’s head, in a recreation of the moment between William Tell and his son
Having a furry good time! A homeowner in Fish Lake Creek, Alaska, was caught sitting on their porch in a bear costume
Friends of the Earth! A man in Portland, Oregon appeared to give his cockatoo a walk without fear that it will fly away
Gotcha! A mischievous dog was seen on camera in Houston, Texas, surrounded by 10 stolen bagels or donuts
Dentist on the road: Another photo taken in Dhaka, Bangladesh, shows two men transporting dental equipment without a van
All you can eat buffet! A bear has been spotted in northern Russia preparing to feast on fish visible in the clear water
Oh deer! A photo shows a deer running on a highway in Norway without disturbing cars and buses
Big day: Another photo taken in the UK appears to show cars hesitating to pass a couple with a very extravagant wedding horse and cart
Perfect picture! A man was spotted in Kensington Gardens painting nature rather than just capturing the sunny day on camera
Fishing for compliments! Two men in Bergen, Norway, left onlookers in confusion as they set up deck chairs and donned diving gear