LOOK: 'Libingan ng mga Bayani at Isang Magnanakaw' on Google Maps

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Metro Manila (CNN Philippines) — If you tried googling "Libingan ng mga Bayani" on Wednesday morning, you might be surprised at the results.

You'll see the Heroes' Cemetery in Taguig on Google Maps, but its name has been changed to "Libingan ng mga Bayani at Isang Magnanakaw [Heroes' Cemetery and One Thief]."

Google Philippines apologized for the blunder in its web mapping service and promised to "fix the issue quickly."

"Some inappropriate results are surfacing in Google Maps that should not be, and we apologize for any offense this may have caused," the internet search giant said in an official statement.

It was reverted to "Libingan ng mga Bayani" on the same day.

Google's Map Maker allows users to add new markers to the maps or edit the names of existing places.

It shows several other alterations to the LNMB, such as "Libingan ng Wax," "Dilawans Place Only," and "Let's Move on."

Other users can mark wrong information as spam to delete them. Some users even left comments, requesting Google to "lock" the entry so no other users can edit the LNMB's name.

The apparent alteration comes after the Supreme Court ruled to allow the burial of former President Ferdinand Marcos at the Libingan ng mga Bayani (LNMB).

Voting 9-5, the high court dismissed all the petitions challenging the proposed burial of the former dictator at the LNMB.

Read: Supreme Court allows burial of Marcos at Heroes' Cemetery

The Marcos family and supporters rejoiced over the court's decision.

But some martial law victims, human rights groups, and some top government officials including Vice President Leni Robredo, expressed their dismay. For them, Marcos is no hero and does not deserve to be buried with other deceased dignitaries.

Read: Petitioners to protest if hero's burial for Marcos approved

The late Marcos, whose two-decade rule was ended by a people power revolt that ousted him in 1986, died in exile in Hawaii in 1989.His remains were brought back to the country in 1993 and has since been kept in an air-conditioned crypt at the Marcos Museum and Mausoleum in Batac, his hometown in Ilocos Norte.

Earlier in May, Duterte told reporters that he will allow Marcos' burial at the Libingan ng mga Bayani "not because he is a hero … but because he was a Filipino soldier."

The Libingan ng mga Bayani was established in 1947 to pay tribute to Filipino soldiers and fallen heroes, and to serve as a final resting place for former Philippine presidents, war veterans, notable government statesmen, dignitaries and national artists.

Watch: Libingan ng mga Bayani: Who deserves a hero's burial?