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Utterly hilarious moment when Indonesian Grab driver picks up passenger who looks like his identical twin

A two-wheeler rideshare becomes double the fun.

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Indonesia – A video of an Indonesian GrabBike driver meeting his possible identical twin is making its rounds on social media and filling people’s lives with laughter.

One cannot help but share in the contagious laughter of the men in the video uploaded on Instagram on May 16 by TopikNetizen.

It seemed to be fate when the GrabBike driver picked up his passenger who looked exactly like him, moustache and all. They even laugh and smile the same.

The two men couldn’t stop laughing every time they saw their reflections at the screen and saw doubles.

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The short clip now has over 1,198,000 views with many hinting on the actual possibility that the two might be identical twins because the resemblance is truly uncanny.

Watch the adorable video here:

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