Rude message mowed into lawn by neighbour spotted on Google Maps

Aside from being incredibly useful, Google Maps can be a lot of fun.

While being stick at home, you can revisit old haunts and enjoy a virtual stroll around a neighbourhood on the other side of the world.

There’s also a lot of laughs to be had while searching for random things happening around the globe.

In the past, people claim to have spotted ghostly figures, while others have spotted arguments taking place, and even a man ‘floating’ down the street.

One fellow fan of Google Maps spotted a rude message mowed into the grass.

A screengrab from the map’s website shows the word “bitch” spelt out in capital letters in the grass behind a house in Salt Lake City, Utah, with an arrow pointing next door.

Hardly a subtle message.

A sharp-eyed Reddit user captioned the photo: “I don’t think the neighbours get along very well.”

One commented: “Lmao,” while another joked “epic find”.

Meanwhile, a woman who thought she had found her dream home was put off buying the property after spotting “two disembodied legs” on Google Maps.

Sally Doherty decided to take a look at the bungalow in Woking, Surrey, on Street View to get a feel for the local area.

But she decided it wasn’t for her after discovering the “barren landscape” surrounding the property, as well as a rather unusual sight.

While looking for the property, the house-hunter found a pair of legs cut off at the knees, wearing white socks and black trainers, standing at the side of the country road.

Sally, from Kingston on Thames, admitted she was put off the property entirely as it is “in the middle of nowhere” and the sighting of the rogue legs “didn’t help”.