Mum bares breasts at Google Street View, Google censors the clip

Karen Davis had only one wish; to exhibit her mammary glands to Google Street View and get famous.

Karen Davis, from Port Pirie, Australia, flashed bared her breasts over one of the camera cars as it passed her home. When the camera car neared her, the 38-year-old mum is seen waving her arms in the air with her T-shirt resting on top of her massive breasts.

However as soon as her image come online, she has been a target of abuse with many Google Street View users branding her a ‘bad mother’.

Google also took the unusual step of censority her fully.  It is not known whether Google acted on some user complaint or took arbitrary action on its own.

Mum bares breasts at Google Street View, Google censors the clip
Karen is no longer visible in the images

However Karen was not the one to take the online abuse lightly. But she’s responded to her so called ‘haters’ and said it’s a bad case of ‘big boob envy’.Mum bares breasts at Google Street View, Google censors the clip

 

She told Daily Mail Australia: ‘They are narrow-minded people who are not happy with their own bodies.

‘Haters hate, you got the guts to do it?

‘All the flat-tittie chicks think I am disgusting. Big-boob envy has hit Port Pirie.’

Mum bares breasts at Google Street View, Google censors the clip
Karen post selfie as an answer to her ‘haters’

Google seems to have removed the image because they have been sued a number of times for showing nudity on Google Street View. Earlier they were fined $2500.00 by a Canadian court in month of October 2014 for showing a Canadian woman’s cleft.

The baring episode for Google Steet View gave Karen confidence to sign up for topless skydive so we will still be seeing big momma’s images sometime soon.

1 COMMENT

  1. Just to set the records straight: Google Street View is the uploader and spreader of nude photos.

    As the photographer (Google Street View Car driver) does not ask me if my photo can be taken for publication, then it is not me “bothering” the public with uploading such a photo but the uploader Google is. Thus, the uploader/spreader/publisher would have to go to court, not the model/object.

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