Somebody needs to tell Google that nobody likes a tattletale after the 'street view' feature of their map application busted a man smoking after he'd told his wife that he quit.
Donald Ryding of Merseyside, U.K promised his wife that he would kick the habit and improve his lifestyle after suffering from a minor heart attack, but when you pull up his address on Google, it seems that:
His wife, Julie, was already suspicious as he continued to come in and out of the house. Hearing that the Street View car had been to her street that week, Julie went online and found an image of him smoking in their driveway!
"I couldn't believe it - there was no denying it now we'd seen him smoking. When Street View first launched, they didn't blur out faces, but there was no need to with him - he was covered by a cloud of smoke anyway. You can't believe the trouble he caused that day. He still smokes, but he has cut down."
The moral of the story is don't smoke. Or maybe just don't lie to your wife. That'd be a good start.