A CAR DESIGNED TO RECORD everything it sees crashed three times in Indonesia and fled the scene.
The car in question was a Google Street View car. According to reports it was under the control of someone who perhaps should not be in control of a vehicle.
A story at the Metro newspaper said that following one crash the car fled and crashed on two more occasions. If the driver is reading, we are sorry to say that you probably haven't passed your driving test. But we suspect you knew that already.
Images of the incidents appeared online along with reports of a panicked driver, three car crashes and at least one damaged bumper.
"We take incidents like this very seriously," said Google's head of communications for Indonesia, Vishnu Mahmud. "We're working closely with local authorities to address the situation."
Earlier this year Google took another incident very seriously, after fears arose that one of its cars mowed down a donkey.
Users were treated to two views of the donkey - one in which it was approaching the animal, and another in which it was prone on the ground. Google said that no donkeys were harmed in the making of its maps.
"Because of the way our 360-degree imagery is put together, it looked to some that our car had been involved in an unseemly hit and run, leaving the humble beast stranded in the road," said the firm in a blog post.
"As our imagery below shows, the donkey was lying in the path - perhaps enjoying a dust bath - before moving safely aside as our car drove past. I'm pleased to confirm the donkey is alive and well."
We have been unable to contact the donkey. µ
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