This will be the dumbest thing you’ll read all day: Seems that Brits are using their iPhones to cheat hedge mazes.
No, really. Consider the maze at Longleat Safari Park, which is apparently the world’s biggest, boasting two miles of paths and constructed of 16000 seven-foot-high yew trees. On average, a visitor takes about 90 minutes to wander their way out, mumbling frustrated, NSFW epithets under their breath all the while. But apparently, that’s no longer the case.
Upon taking a stroll through the maze (I wonder if he does that a lot… I wonder if he gets bored), manager Tim Bentley has noticed an increasing trend of people whipping out their iPhones to consult Google Earth for insight out of the maze.