Eagle-eyed Google Maps user spots ‘naked cowboy’ with guitar on busy city street

A Reddit user checking out Mexico City on Google Maps was left stunned after coming across a "naked cowboy".

Despite walking around without a top, the man surprisingly remembered to accessorise as he paraded a cowboy hat with matching boots.

The user captured the topless performer, who could be seen surrounded on a busy street with a guitar strapped across his back.

The post was uploaded to Reddit with the caption: “Naked Cowboy in Mexico City."

But it only got two upvotes, suggesting that other users were not too convinced that he was a real cowboy.

Even still, it's pretty impressive that the eagle-eyed user was able to come across the x-rated find with Mexico City being the largest city in the Americas.

And although he may not be a cowboy as we know it, he does look very similar to a famed street performer who is known for his daring look in New York City.

Closely mirroring the look to the man who sings while playing his guitar, both men sport the same boxer shorts and hat which reads 'Naked Cowboy'.

They both have long hair, look roughly the same build and even wear a distinctive blue and white guitar strap across their chest.

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But the infamous street performer that is known in New York City, was arrested earlier this year in the sunny state of Florida after being reported for begging aggressively, according to Daily Mail Online.

Performer Robert Burck, 50, was booked into the Volusia County Jail and charged with aggressive panhandling and resisting an officer without violence in March.

During his arrest, a member of the crowd could be heard chanting: "Free the cowboy!" as he was taken into custody.

It is unclear what the circumstances leading up to his arrest consisted of, reported Daily Mail.

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Speaking on the charges for panhandling, Burck told a judge: "I'm not asking for money. I just play the guitar and people take pictures and sometimes they put money in."

The judge dismissed the panhandling charge and he pleaded 'no contest' to the resisting arrest charge.

He was sentenced to time served and ordered to pay $223 in court costs.

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