Google has admitted its face-blurring technology may have been "a little overzealous" after blurring a cow's face for privacy.
The animal was photographed by Google's cameras in Cambridge, England and given the same privacy treatment as humans.
The Guardian's David Shariatmadari sent social media into a frenzy when he tweeted the sight.
Shariatmadari shared his find saying: "Great to see Google taking cow privacy seriously."
Great to see Google takes cow privacy seriously pic.twitter.com/ACTBpDwno6— David Shariatmadari (@D_Shariatmadari) September 13, 2016
So far the tweet has been liked more than 12,000 times and shared more than 9,000 times.
According to the BBC a spokesman for Google said: "We thought you were pulling the udder one when we herd the moos, but it's clear that our automatic face-blurring technology has been a little overzealous.
"Of course, we don't begrudge this cow milking its five minutes of fame."
Google launched its street view in 2007 and has sent the internet into a spin on many occasions with everything from possible murders caught on camera to planes in strange places.