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'Loved-up' mystery man is caught on Google Street View appearing to eye-up two women

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‘Loved-up’ mystery man is caught on Google Street View appearing to eye-up two women leaving a four-star spa hotel as social media users speculate over what happened next in his real-life ‘Sliding Doors’ moment

  • A mystery man was caught by Google camera while checking out two women
  • Online users were speculating about whether the man ‘made his move’ or not 
  • Scene in Shropshire was dubbed a ‘Sliding Doors’ moment in reference to the 1998 hit film starring Gwyneth Paltrow


A mystery man was caught on Google Street View appearing to eye-up two women as they left a posh spa hotel in a real-life ‘Sliding Doors’ moment.

In one shot the unknown man can be seen looking his phone as he stands outside the entrance of the four-star resort.

But a second image shows the man turn his head towards two blonde-haired women as they walk down the steps a few feet away.

The scene, outside the Telford Hotel & Golf Resort in Shropshire, has sparked speculation on social media about what happened next.

The Google Street View cameras caught the mystery man gawping at the two blonde women

The Google Street View cameras caught the mystery man gawping at the two blonde women

Online users sparked debate over whether the'white cap man' made a move on the women

Online users sparked debate over whether the ‘white cap man’ made a move on the women

Eagle-eyed social-media users have now launched a hunt for the man to find out if he ‘made his move’.

Writing on Facebook, Samuel Thomas said: ‘Just spotted this loved-up lad admiring two gym bunnies leaving after a workout. Did he make his move?

‘Either his Slidings Doors moment has been caught on the internet forever or he’s got some explaining to do to his missus!’

The user was referencing the 1998 film Sliding Doors starring Gwyneth Paltrow which sees how a woman’s life progresses in two different ways based on whether she makes a train or not.

The image is stamped with the date 2016 but that hasn’t stopped social media users debating what ‘white cap man’ did next.

Another user said: ‘Did white cap man rush over and get the lady in the pink T-shirt’s number? I really hope he did.’

Arnie G commented: ‘Looks like it could be mum and daughter spa session.

‘A tricky approach in a car park. Unless he’s sneaked his number in those flowers she’s holding!’

Users compared the moment to the 1998 film Sliding Doors starring Gwyneth Paltrow which sees how a woman's life progresses in two different ways based on whether she makes a train or not

Users compared the moment to the 1998 film Sliding Doors starring Gwyneth Paltrow which sees how a woman’s life progresses in two different ways based on whether she makes a train or not

Donna Beadnall said: ‘I bet he ran over, asked her out and they’re married with two kids now.

‘How amazing if Google caught the very moment he clapped eyes on his true love.

‘Sadly I think the flowers she’s holding suggests she’s already taken.’

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