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However, it's up to users to report the objectionable posts, which Google promises to then swiftly remove.
And it seems the company has done just that in this instance, as the video is no longer appearing on that stretch of road.
One said: '' I've never thought about going there but now I want to.
It definitely seems like a lively area.'' The quaint country road is now witnessing a spike in five-star reviews, with another user commenting: "This is a great place! This is the glory of being an experienced driver." Screenshots of the 18-second clip are also being shared on Facebook groups in the country.
A CHEEKY tourist has reportedly added a racy video of her bare breast to a remote road on Google Maps, sending locals into a fluster – and racking up hundreds of five-star reviews for the spot.
The naughty clip shows her checking over her shoulder before pulling down the neckline of her pink top to expose her breast, while cheekily smiling at the camera.
He participated in the successful process of taking PBG public in 1999.
Eric oversaw the acquisition of PBG by Pepsi Co in 2010, which brought outstanding value to PBG shareholders, and then led the integration of the business within the corporation serving as CEO of Pepsi Co’s Pepsi Beverages Company.
Google Maps' terms of usage states that it doesn't permit pornographic, explicit or sexually suggestive content.Prior to joining Aramark, Eric served as chairman and CEO of Pepsi Bottling Group (PBG), the world’s largest bottler of Pepsi-Cola.He was named CEO and elected to the PBG Board of Directors in 2006 and elevated to chairman in 2008.Newlyweds Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are looking north for their honeymoon.The newly anointed Duke and Duchess of Sussex are planning to spend their honeymoon at the Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge in Alberta, Canada, TMZ reported Monday.
He most recently led Aramark’s successful return to the New York Stock Exchange in December 2013.