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Looks like someone did some CSI-style enhancing on this photo. (via)

I remember being excited when the Google Street View car first mapped my neighborhood, and going online to see what my street looked like in the virtual world. For most people like me, it was a feeling best described as "neato." For Maria Pia Grillo of Montreal, Canada, however, that day in 2009 was the source of life-changing torment, as the Street View car had happened to catch her on her stoop, leaning forward to check her phone. Yes, leaning forward to check her phone. You know what that means.