Google Maps users in stitches after finding ‘phallic building’ online

A Google Maps user has been left in stitches after finding an amusing "phallic-shaped" building on the site.

The discovery was uploaded by Reddit user Poo0I56 and has left several online users in disbelief.

User Poo0I56 wrote: "Found a most rather phallic building in Dixon." The "phallic-shaped building" is actually the Christian Science Society of Dixon in Illinois.

One fellow user commented: "Just imagine a person going to that church and seeing a satellite view."

Another user rudely joked: "Someone should open up a hard cider place there and call it, Dixon Cider."

Over 100 people have positively 'up-voted' the Reddit post.

A spokesperson for the church, Scott Shepherd, previously told SaukValley.com: "We didn’t design it to be seen from above."

On the Christian Science Society of Dixon's Facebook page, that hasn't been updated since 2015, they describe themselves as: "All about unconditional love, spiritual growth and healing based on the Bible, Christ Jesus' teachings, and the writings of Mary Baker Eddy."

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In other Google Maps discoveries, one user was shocked to find the Street View tool working in abandoned ghost town Chernobyl.

In 1986, Ukraine was thrown into chaos as a nuclear accident at Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant in Pripyat, Ukraine shocked the world.

Thousands of people moved away from Kiev – only 200km away from the site – due to fears of radiation impacting them.

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While only 50 people were killed in the original Chernobyl meltdown, the United Nations estimates as many as 4,000 people have died from exposure to its fallout in the years since.

This all happened long before Google Maps, or the internet, were around.

Redditers have taken to the online forum to express their shock that the now-abandoned city has been included on Google Map's Street View.

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