The omnipresent overlords at Google are often painted as the bad guys in a modern world consumed by all things viewed in a browser, but there's a sense of humour behind the biggest search engine and we have the proof.
White Hart Lane is the target of their unintentional comedy stylings, one that Arsenal fans will absolutely love ahead of their visit to N17 for tomorrow's North London derby.
A quick look at Google Maps makes their feelings clear on Tottenham Hotspur's cathedral of football, with a simple search for 'Shite Hole' taking you straight to White Hart Lane.
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Google could have a serious malfunction in their system or a rogue Arsenal fan is in their midst with a terrific sense of humour, either way its clearly something to have a giggle about. Unless there are people out there genuinely using the term for navigation purposes online? Thought not.
Before Spurs fans disparage the light-hearted piece of slander they should also be honest with themselves, the Seven Sisters road is a pretty grim part of the world to be at the best of times.
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Google have previous form
This isn't the first time Google have trolled Spurs in epic fashion, with a quick search for either the word 'lackadaisical' or 'dodgy' bringing up a reference to the Lilywhites on the world's biggest search engine in recent weeks.
Saturday afternoon presents the chance for Spurs to render all those jibs redundant by beating their bitter local rivals, in a match between in a match between two sides separated by just one two points and one place in the Premier League table.
Failing that Spurs desperately need to get a mole in the Google mainframe, because otherwise the post-derby hi-jinx is likely to continue for some time.