1. He is taking dinner home.
2. Why I don't ride public transportation.
3. Everything is better with mayo, including riding the bus.
We don't know.
Ask this guy.
5. Triple trouble: These amazing lookalikes spotted on public transport don't just look alike, they're wearing matching outfits too
But this amazing set of pictures reveals you can come face-to-face with your doppelganger when you least expect it - even on the way to work.
These unwitting commuters have taken social media by storm as they were snapped sitting beside their 'twin' on public transport.
Some embarrassingly stepped out in near-identical outfits or even sporting the same hairstyle.
The hilarious images led people to question whether they were seeing double or in fact there was 'a glitch in the Matrix'.
It comes after 26-year-old Niamh Geaney from Dublin started searching for her 'twin stranger' through a social media experiment and found her lookalike living just an hour away.
6. Grandfather Flavor Flav Rides a Bus.
7. I got to be free
8. Popping zits on bus.
9. Worse Funny Haircuts Fails!
10. Adolf Hitler look-a-like travels everywhere with a copy of Mein Kampf and even charges £60 for photographs
With a toothbrush moustache and jet black hair brushed over to one side, one Kosovan man believes he is the reincarnation of Adolf Hitler and travels everywhere with a copy of Mein Kampf.
Emin Djinovci from Mitrovica earns a living as a Hitler look-a-like and even charges tourists £60 for taking a photograph with him.
The 49-year-old has five daughters who he collectively calls 'Hitler's children' and is proud of his likeness to the Nazi leader because he fought against the Serbs – his enemies.
'I am proud of my likeness to the Fuhrer because, like him, I fought against the Serbs - my enemies,' he told InSerbia News.
'It is easy. I find myself in Hitler's character because he fought against my enemy. Enemy of my enemy is my friend. Yes, Serbs are my enemies.'
Mr Djinovci moved to Kosovo in 1998 from Germany to fight of Kosovo Albanians for secession from Serbia.
He carries around copies of Hitler's hate-filled autobiography Mein Kampf - My Struggle – wherever he goes and bills himself as 'Kosovo reincarnation of Adolf Hitler.
Kosovan media reported that local business leaders have no problem with his strange way of earning a living because they believe he 'shows great enterprise.'
But if he tried posing as the Fuhrer in Germany, he would be arrested immediately because any gestures of the old Nazi regime, or the displaying of any of its symbols, is a serious crime.
In April 1941 Hitler gave the order for German forces - backed by Italian, Romanian, Hungarian and Bulgarian Axis allies - to invade Yugoslavia and Greece.
The Serbs and the Croats made up the majority of the population of Yugoslavia at the time.
There was a widespread persecution of Serbs during World War Two, referred to as the Serbian Genocide.
This included extermination, expulsions and forced religious conversions of large numbers of ethnic Serbs by the Ustaše regime and Axis occupying forces.
11. This guy is reeeaaally happy to be reading Fifty Shades of Grey.
12. Taking a poop.
I hope I didn't sit in that seat after he got up...