A Google Street View car has been spotted driving the wrong way down a one-way road.  

The car, decked out with an array of 3D cameras to capture street scenes in Bungay, was seen driving down Broad Street on Thursday, seemingly the wrong way.  

But an emergency road closure at Broad Street's junction with Market Place meant that traffic was being diverted. 

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A Google spokeswoman said: "We update Street View imagery periodically as part of our effort to provide people with the most up-to-date map possible."  

According to the website, cars have been photographing streets in Lowestoft, Norwich, King's Lynn, Fakenham, and Cromer since March, and will continue to do so until November.  

Google Street View cameras take slightly overlapping pictures which are then stitched together into a single 360-degree image and processed to produce the street view feature.