MH370 has been found on Google Earth according to an Australian engineer scouring maps for the missing Malaysia Airlines plane.
He has scoured images from Nasa and Google Earth to find what he thinks is the outline of part of an aircraft just below the surface of the water.
But the 64-year-old explosively said the flight’s whereabouts – unknown since starting its journey between Kuala Lumpur and Beijing four years ago – is being kept from the public.
“They do not want it found as it’s full of bullet holes, finding it will only open another inquiry.”
Investigators have yet to search the area Mr McMahon has honed in on.
The Boeing 777 is thought to have changed course radically around an hour after its take off, before crashing in the ocean off Western Australia six hours later.
Previously there has been a joint search, with Australia, China and Malaysia taking part.