Pool Crashing Via Google Earth

Pool Crashing Via Google Earth
Dan Gould
  • 25 june 2008

Youthful pranks are going all web 2.0 as British teenagers use Google Earth to scout locations for pool crashing. Swimming in someone else’s pool is a tradition for rebellious kids, and the internet is making it easier to cause more trouble (have more fun?). After securing a desirable nearby swimming pool using Google’s omniscient service, just notify all of your friends using  social networking sites, and bingo – instant pool party.

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