Dad Discovers Plane Under The Sea Off The Coast Of Scotland On Google Maps

If you’re not careful, Google Maps can be a dangerous thing.

 

 

What can start out as an innocent attempt to check an address can, before you know it, descend into a three-hour time-travelling session, where you find yourself looking at what your old house used to look like 10 years ago.

That’s until you eventually catch a glimpse of yourself in the reflection of the monitor and you start to ask yourself some very serious questions about where your life is going.

 

If you're not careful, Google Maps can be a dangerous thing.

 

Well one man may have actually put the technology to good use, after he spotted what appears to be a sunken plane, just off the coast of Scotland.

Dad-of-three Robert Morton, 55, said he was stunned when he noticed the image of what looks like an underwater aircraft, close to Edinburgh. Mr Morton, from Doncaster, in South Yorkshire, told the Mirror Online he didn’t have a clue what was going on.

 

he spotted what appears to be a sunken plane, just off the coast of Scotland.

 

But is this one of the biggest cover ups in British transport history or – more likely but less exciting – the result of a computer glitch? Mr Morton opted for the latter and said it is most probably just an anomaly.

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