B *** h! Google Maps is picking up a rude message etched into the Earth in Salt Lake City

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‘B *** h!’ Google Maps picks up VERY RUDE message mowed in Salt Lake City lawn pointing to neighbor’s house

  • An eagle-eyed Google Earth user noticed someone mowed the word ‘bitch’ in the lawns of a Utah home
  • They also cut an arrow pointing to the house next door
  • The image was posted on Reddit with the caption, ‘I don’t think the neighbors get along well’
  • The shocking discovery is the latest funny place since Google Earth launched in 2001, including the face of Jesus Christ in a field

A neighbor squabble reached stratospheric heights after the Google Earth satellite captured images showing someone mowing the word bitch into the lawns of a Salt Lake City home, along with an arrow pointing to the house next door.

An eagle-eyed internet user saw the image and posted it to Reddit with the caption, “I don’t think the neighbors get along well.”

Another commenter added, “epic find.”

The Utah discovery is the last of many funny shots of everyday life that have landed on Google Earth.

The Google Earth image shows someone mowed the word bitch in his lawn along with an arrow pointing to the house next door

The Google Earth image shows someone mowed the word bitch in his lawn along with an arrow pointing to the house next door

The image in Salt Lake City, Utah, was noticed by an eagle-eyed internet user and posted on Reddit, along with the caption, 'I don't think the neighbors get along well'

The image in Salt Lake City, Utah, was noticed by an eagle-eyed internet user and posted on Reddit, along with the caption, ‘I don’t think the neighbors get along well’

The shocking discovery is the latest funny place since Google Earth launched in 2001.

A swastika-shaped building, the face of Jesus Christ in a field, and a disturbing image of a lake in Iraq are among the more unusual images Google Earth has picked up over the years.

Last year, Google satellite confirmed a mysterious smooth metal obelisk found during a helicopter search for bighorn sheep in southeastern Utah, which had been there since at least 2016.

The monolith caught the attention of UFO spotters, conspiracy theorists and Stanley Kubrick fans around the world.

Hailed by some as an extraordinary tool for getting to know the world, Google Earth has also been criticized for invading privacy and even a threat to national security.

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