Minion seen carrying decapitated dolls head at creepy fairground on Google Maps

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A Google Maps user has been left spooked after finding a creepy "Minion" holding a decapitated doll's head in what looks like an abandoned fairground.

The discovery was uploaded by Reddit user faore41 and has left several online users with the creeps.

A thin, long headed "Minion" figure, based on the yellow creatures from the hit animated film franchise Despicable Me, holding a doll's head with its eyes closed can be seen situated in front of some sort of fairground cart.

It is not clear where the snap was taken.

User chainsmirking wrote: "Somebody worked very hard on this and I want to know who."

Noticing the sinister doll's head, a fellow user commented: "Ummm…. zoom in on its left shoulder….."

In other news, a Google Maps user has been left in stitches after finding an amusing "phallic-shaped" building on the site.

The discovery was uploaded by Reddit user Poo0I56 and has left several online users in disbelief.

User Poo0I56 wrote: "Found a most rather phallic building in Dixon." The "phallic-shaped building" is actually the Christian Science Society of Dixon in Illinois.

One fellow user commented: "Just imagine a person going to that church and seeing a satellite view."

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Another user rudely joked: "Someone should open up a hard cider place there and call it, Dixon Cider."

Over 100 people have positively 'up-voted' the Reddit post.

A spokesperson for the church, Scott Shepherd, previously told SaukValley.com: "We didn’t design it to be seen from above."

On the Christian Science Society of Dixon's Facebook page, that hasn't been updated since 2015, they describe themselves as: "All about unconditional love, spiritual growth and healing based on the Bible, Christ Jesus' teachings, and the writings of Mary Baker Eddy."

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