Google’s quest to document as much of the world as possible through Maps and Street View may have been taken a little too far. It turns out that the service now includes a listing for Bruce Wayne’s residence, including a Street View image of the inside of his house and the Batcave.
It looks like Wayne Manor is located in real life city of Detroit, although nothing can be seen from the road. Instead, users have the option to look inside Bruce Wayne’s residence through an option on the image bar at the bottom of the screen. Clicking on it will allow curious Batfans to look around Wayne’s lakeside house from Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice.
Clicking on the far wall will also take viewers into an empty tunnel that appears doesn’t appear to lead anywhere, but following the route will reveal the hidden Batcave. From there, users are free to look around the garage area; where the Batmobile and Batplane are stored.
Google has also added one final touch to the Maps listing: visitor reviews. While some comments are left by real people, a portion look to be created by neighbours of Bruce Wayne who are concerned about his obsession with the Batman. There are also comments about strange noises coming from the property at night, but everyone is sure that it’s just a billionaire taking his expensive supercars out for a spin.
[source: Google Street View]