UPDATE ― Sept. 2: Google has apparently scrubbed the image of the cyclist from its Street View map, which originally showed the person dabbing for the camera on a street in Melbourne.
After spotting the vehicle snapping the streets of Melbourne in December 2016, the unidentified man chased it down a street — while dabbing the entire time.
Twitter user @prkzl stumbled across the images of the man pulling the dance move along Cecil Place and shared screen shots to Twitter on Wednesday.
THIS MAN CAUGHT THE GOOGLE MAPS BUS AND DABBED DOWN THE ENTIRE LENGTH OF THIS STREET pic.twitter.com/wphOjhNp7j— aight (@prkzl) August 30, 2017
His post has now gone viral, with fellow tweeters praising the biker for taking full advantage of his time in the (Street View car) spotlight.
Check out the cyclist’s antics via Google’s mapping service below:
And see how other people have reacted here:
Not all heroes wear capes— Edward Guillen (@G12Edward) August 30, 2017
A true legend— Coco (@cocolovepink) August 31, 2017
11/10 inspirational lad— Aidan T. (@BlueBlaaaack) August 31, 2017
He trained all his life for this moment.— Abbey Luck (@abbey_luck) August 30, 2017
name this street after him— Detrix @commissions (@DetrixDraws) August 31, 2017
i aspire to be him— laiba (@lxibaa) August 31, 2017
Well played sir!— F. E:ric B. (@apfeleric) September 2, 2017
look at him go!!!!! he's a good lad— breadh u s t l e (@starsbreadus) August 30, 2017
- This article originally appeared on HuffPost.