In this day and age, e-hailing services have become a vital part of our lives. And it’s thanks to the unsung heroes that are the riders and drivers who work tirelessly to serve their passengers.
Most of us have taken dozens of rides, and we often take them for granted, sitting at the backseat with headphones on to enjoy the peace and quiet. However, imagine stumbling upon a rider that might just be your long lost twin?
That would be one heck of a story to tell your friends, right? Well, actually, it happened in Indonesia!
Initially, the passenger’s intention was just to record his journey. However, when he turned on the front camera, they suddenly realised that they look almost like twins!
Is this the Avengers: Endgame post-credits scene we’ve been denied?
The video ended with both of them sharing a big laugh as they continued on with their journey. From the reactions towards video, most netizens have guessed that the passenger and the rider were twins that got separated at birth.
We are unsure of the authenticity of the video; however, if it is real, then this would be an unforgettable moment for both of them.
What would you do if you found someone that looks exactly like you? Share with us in the comment section below.
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