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PremierLeague-News.Com - The pair can be seen throwing punches on a deserted street in Glenrothes, Fife - but some are convinced the scuffle was nothing more than a prank.
PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! An eagle-eyed Google Maps user has spotted what appears to be a 'scrap' on a deserted Fife street. Two men were captured throwing punches and being thrown to the ground on Parbroath Road in Glenrothes in what looks like a vicious roadside brawl. But people have been left convinced the so-called 'fight' is nothing more than an attention-grabbing prank by two pals. Captured by roaming cameras, Google street View allows users to zoom in on streets and roads across the world from the comfort of their own home. Two men were captured throwing punches on Parbroath Road in Glenrothes (Image: Google) Read More Related Articles When Scotland's beer gardens, pubs and restaurants will reopen and what they will look like The scrap was spotted by Twitter user @samueldcfc on Monday, as he posted photos of the fisticuffs in action. "As if I've just seen a scrap on google earth," he wrote. At first glance, the photos show two men squaring up to each other with first flying, with one even falling to the ground and cradling his head. On closer inspection, both men seem to look in the direction of the passing car and smile despite their faces being blurred. The final image shows the man on the ground sitting upright and talking to his pal, seemingly unharmed.
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. The tweet has proved popular with more than 3,000 likes, but several people seem sceptical about whether they're looking at a genuine brawl or an attention-grabbing stunt. "Staged that," one Twitter user remarked, while another said: "The way he looks straight at the camera." According to Google Maps, the images were taken almost four years ago in 2017 - so we may never know if the fight was the real deal.
Both men appear to look in the direction of the passing car and smile
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It's not the first time hilarious scenarios have been spotted on Google Maps in Scotland. A Scots Squad star thought he'd found a bargain of a £60,000 house - before Google Street View left him running for the hills. The actor and comedian decided to check out the property on Google Maps to find out why it was such a bargain only to spot a police officer leaving the gate with a letter in his hand.
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The odd detail left Darren thinking "something wasn't right" - and forced him to ditch the property. Don't miss the latest news from around Scotland and beyond - Sign up to our daily newsletter here.
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