Photo abuse in Zurich, Switzerland
PART 1: SIGNATURE ITEMS
The submitter has "decorated" several submissions with FCZ (soccer club Zurich) fan items. They are white and blue and may read "FCZ", "Südkurve", "Züri isch ois", and/or "1896".
"Tennis-Club Höngg", https://intel.ingress.com/?pll=47.404687,8.488244 - 1 photo https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/uBDYXX2-D2s2Nmmru0CFzAbo0sm11EGNBuNn4ainotW22O_mALCuGktcTeR2GCnZUaNmiGFi_FHwHDuqK97CE9gDZfqcPYiKPJ595ohI
"Sportplatz Hönggerberg", https://intel.ingress.com/?pll=47.409381,8.495497 - 1 photo https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/3VhgVthGj39SKWtyj9jR85-EYoMDzGXQ87SpVyKbmZtwnWcBG7O5-HoQ9cJk2hLQXL5D65-9ieAobaLEN9hwhSSASol2rlKzChicQ8UBsA
"Grosser Brunnen 1840", https://intel.ingress.com/?pll=47.403654,8.496554 - 4 photos
Sneaky FCZ scarf draped around the column:
I previously reported several photos with this ball on multiple wayspots - also a signature item by the same person. These two photos are still there:
"Fountain Gsteigstrasse", https://intel.ingress.com/?pll=47.402772,8.49987 - 2 photos
"Brunnen Meierhofplatz", https://intel.ingress.com/?pll=47.402029,8.499121 - 2 photos
"Wandbrunnen am Meierhofplatz", https://intel.ingress.com/?pll=47.402164,8.499429 - 1 photo
"Brunnen 1784", https://intel.ingress.com/?pll=47.401961,8.497887 - 1 photo
PART 2: THIRD-PARTY PHOTOS
"Tennis-Club Höngg", https://intel.ingress.com/?pll=47.404687,8.488244 - 1 photo from https://apps.gotcourts.com/de/profile/club/tc-hoengg (more were previously removed based on my report):
"Hallenbad Bläsi", https://intel.ingress.com/?pll=47.401177,8.502006 -
"Stadion Letzigrund", https://intel.ingress.com/?pll=47.381549,8.503637 - 1 photo from https://www.suedkurve.ch/spiele/saison-2021-2022/2022-05-22/
1 photo from https://www.suedkurve.ch/aktuell/meischter-2022/
I suspect *all* photos inside the stadium that were submitted by this person are copied from elsewhere.
Source unknown, watermarked "Schweizerisches Sozialarchiv". Also not a wayspot photo anyway:
That's it... for now.
Closing remark: The person behind these submissions tends to submit LOTS of photos. Many of the ones that aren't clear guideline violations are still of low quality. They may be hazy as if taken with a dirty camera lens, near-duplicates taken from slightly different viewpoints, or only have the wayspot at the border of the image, in a way that would be appropriate for "show the surrounding area" photos but not for proper wayspot photos. I will not report those for the time being. But if a Niantic employee is going to review the submissions from these accounts, consider removing low-quality submissions as well. There are plenty of other photos.