Snapchat is one of the most popular apps in the world, with over 158 million people using the photo sharing tool daily. A feature rolled out in June 2017, Snap Maps, allows users to zero in on friends' locations or big events around the world — in real time. Not surprisingly, many parents and lawmakers have expressed concern over privacy and safety, though it's easy enough for users to keep their location hidden.
With great power comes great responsibility — and sometimes great humor.
While the ethical debate rages on, Twitter users were quick to make light of the app's strangest feature: zooming in on random users' locations and seeing what they're doing.
Most of the results were pretty hilarious:
Snapchat and Twitter users are finding pretty odd videos using the map, but some people took a DIY approach:
You never know what you're going to find on Snap Maps:
What else is lurking out there in the world of Snap Maps?
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