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Australian Police Stations Targeted With 'Pig' Porn Photos

Nine police stations in Queensland have been defaced with graphic pictures of pig porn and homophobic slurs on Google Maps.

A single user 'Church El Chapo' uploaded several graphic images of Peppa Pig porn and photos of pigs sitting on the grass to several local police stations online.

Targeted police stations include Inala, Coomera, Moorooka,  Crestmead, Yamanto, Browns Plains, Mount Ommaney, Ipswich and Beenleigh.

Coomera Police Station. Image: Google Maps.

An image of officers donning ballerina costumes was added to Yamanto police station's location and an image of a police van with 'poofters' written on the side was uploaded to Brown Plains police station.

Moorooka Police Station's location search was vandalised with Nazi paraphernalia, with an image of a swastika and Hitler's face tattooed onto a pig's backside.

Browns Plains Police Station. Image: Google Maps

On Google Maps, Ipswich police station's feature image is now a graphic image of Peppa Pig porn and Inala police station's is of pigs flying.

10 daily contacted Queensland Police, who were unaware of the photos being uploaded to Google Maps.

Queensland Police later told 10 daily that the issue is out of their hands, as the user tagged the photos at locations that are not monitored by police.

Yamanto Police Station. Image: Google Maps

Queensland Police were unable to provide a formal statement but said they have contacted Google to ask the company to remove the images.

"We are attempting to liaise with Google. Further investigations are ongoing," a Queensland Police media spokesman told 10 daily.

A Google spokesperson told 10 daily the issue has now been fixed.

"We're heavily invested in empowering users to contribute their local knowledge to Google products and services," they said.

"Overall, allowing users to suggest information provides comprehensive and up-to-date info, but we recognise there may be occasional inaccuracies suggested.

"When this happens, we do our best to address the issue as quickly as possible."

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