Crying ‘face’ spotted in desert on Google Maps sends internet into meltdown

A Google Maps user has spotted a "crying face" made out of a road cutting through the Arizona desert.

The road, in the Red Valley, Apache County, is near the rural area of Red Rock, which as of the 2010 census, had a population of just 169 people.

The Google Maps user was quick to share the incredible discovery on Reddit, and other users couldn't believe it.

One person said it looked like a "crying face", to which someone else replied: "I see a more stern, serious, almost 'warrior' face."

"I see Bart Simpson," another person commented on the Reddit post.

A third Redditor wrote: "Looks like an Australian aboriginal. So cool."

Another person claimed they can actually see two faces in the image which had been shared, one in the middle and one in the right.

Redditers were unanimous in their amazement at the finding, however, with all of the commenters agreeing that it does indeed look like a face.

  • Google Maps cameras capture homeowner's rude message to internet giant in garden

The region appears to be used for oil and gas extraction, with Nacogdoches Oil & Gas Yard a short distance of around 3km away.

It comes days after Google Maps users spotted a homeowner's explicit rant on the top of their house – and speculated it has been left after their request to blur their home from the platform's satellite view was denied.

An enthusiast shared a screenshot of the property on Reddit after discovering the rather rude message on its roof on Google Map's satellite view.

They found the house in Neese Lane in Moss Point, Mississippi, US, and shared the discovery on Monday, January 25.

The property is blurred when on street view, although it is not blurred on satellite.

And it appears this homeowner is also not happy with not having the property blurred on satellite as well, and has written: "F**k you," on the roof.

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