Mystery surrounds ‘horse-boy’ on Google Street View

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Mystery surrounds a man wearing a horse’s head who has been captured on Google’s Street View in Aberdeen.

The man – who has become known as “horse-boy” – can be seen in the Hardgate area of the city.

The sighting has become a popular attraction on Google’s service, which offers a photographic map of streets.

The man is wearing dark trousers, a purple shirt – and a brown and white horse’s head.

Dozens of BBC news website users have e-mailed from across Europe to say they know who horse boy is.

Others have sent in images of the mystery horse-head wearer and some have claimed to be him.

Full story: BBC News – Mystery surrounds ‘horse-boy’ on Google Street View

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