Two British pensioners landed in hospital in southern Germany after their car's global positioning system directed them to drive into a church.
While driving their Renault in the evening on a back road near the Austrian border, the navigation system instructed the couple to turn right where there was no road.
"They were confused and didn't notice that the navigation system was faulty," a police spokeswoman said.
The 76-year-old driver then plowed into the side of the village church, writing off the car, knocking a picture off the wall and damaging the building's foundations. Total damages were some €25,000 ($34,000), police in the nearby town of Immenstadt said.
The couple, who were travelling to France, spent the evening in hospital recuperating from minor injuries.
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