Double take: Woman searches for soldier who looks identical to her

Double take: Woman searches for soldier who looks identical to her

- A woman came across another lady who looked identical to her

- She called on social media to aid her in tracking down the mysterious woman

- The post went viral and eventually the other lady was identified

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Social media users were asked to do some investigative work after an interesting tweet was shared by a young lady.

Lebogang Maesela (@Lebzangwanerr) shared a photo of two women and included the following caption:

"I am the one with the scarf and I am looking for the person in the soldier uniform. I need to know who she is. Please help me find her."

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Lebo explained that she had no idea who the woman on the left was even though they look like identical twins.

Some tweeps were convinced that both women were Lebo and that she was acting a fool.

However, as the thread progressed, it soon became clear that the collage displayed two different women, who were unfamiliar to each other.

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THULI DLAMINI (@thulidlamini47) said,

"Everyone in the world, have someone whom they look exactly alike. I for one look like many people. I think I just have this "familiar" look. Wearing a wig helps me a lot. I've noticed that when I'm wearing a wig I don't get stopped and told that I look like someone as frequently."

Keitumetse (@keitu_molf) led Lebo in the right direction:

"I am a Legal Practitioner in the Military based in Pretoria and I happen to know where the lady works, she is also based in Pretoria."

Twitter user @GobeTheOriginal couldn't spot the difference:

"Isn't that you fooling us because it looks like one person here."

One pair of girls who definitely are twin sisters are The McClure twins.

Briefly.co.za reported how their looks and cute nature have earned them prestigious modelling contracts at the tender age of six.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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