A woman in Japan has come up with a fool proof money making scam that we can all use if we start getting smart about what we leave outside our houses. After seeing her washing line appear on Google Earth, pants and all, the woman decided that she would sue Google, for the offensive picture of her home, for around 600,00 Yen (£4,588), claiming that it caused her psychological distress, and she worried that she might be the victim of a sex attack, which we’re gathering is highly likely if you live in a place called Fukuoka (Fuck you okay?) Speaking on how devastating the impact of the photo was on her life, the woman said, “I was overwhelmed with anxiety that I might be the target of a sex crime. It caused me to lose my job and I had to change my residence. I could understand if it was just a picture of the outside of the apartment, but showing a person’s underwear hanging outside is absolutely wrong.” Google you absolute filthy perverts, you should be ashamed of yourselves, now where are my pants from last night so I can make a flag out of them.