The Smiths' frontman Morrissey was found hidden in Google Earth over the new year, stood in front of the Salford Lads Club — an iconic building, which was featured in the video for one of the band's most famous songs as well as on the inside front cover image for The Queen Is Dead. The singer was included in the 3D model of the building by landscape architect Ste Allan, who created the design in SketchUp as part of the "Your world in 3D" campaign. The image is very pixellated, but it's obviously Morrissey, stood in his signature arms-folded pose. Other similar easter eggs include the Blues Brothers bridge jump at the Tacony Palmyra Bridge, and crocodile hunter Steve Irwin outside the Sydney Opera House. To take a look for yourself, open up Google Earth and fly to St Ignatius Walk, M5 3RX, with 3D Buildings mode enabled.
Morrissey easter egg found in Google Earth
Morrissey easter egg found in Google Earth/
An easter egg has been discovered within Google Earth, showing Morrissey stood in front of the Salford Lads Club. The building was featured in both the video for 'Stop Me If You Think You've Heard This One Before' and album art for 'The Queen is Dead.'