A DOG with a ‘human face’ has gone viral as Twitter compared it to a host of different A-list superstars.
The charming pic of Scottish canine Teddy triggered a storm online after punters started to argue over who the pet appeared like.
Twitter user Bevo from Saltcoats, Ayrshire, made the funny comparison in between his Nana’s pet and a ravenous chippy queuer … and chose to record the moment on camera.
In the snap, the tiny dog can be seen straining his eyes in the style of someone aiming to see the rate of a fish dinner while set down up on a chair.
Bevo had his fans in stitches after sharing the snap.
He composed: “Why does ma Nana’s pet dog appear like he’s attempting tae see what he wants tae order from the chippy.”
Others reckoned the pet looked more like Nicholas Cage, Ricky Gervais, Jeff Bridges and Mark Hamill.
India Brown stated: “Why do I only see Nicholas Cage.”
While another Twitter user said: “Dog’s watched too many episodes of Columbo.”
The post went psychological on social media and was retweeted a massive 20,000 times while receiving a massive 88,000 likes.
And one added: “Major Dose o’ the Gervaise’s guy.”
One Twitter user said: “I have actually been laughing at this for about a minute.”
Ani Moller stated: “I like it when I’m scrolling through twitter and a random pet photo really makes me stop and have a correct lol.”
Eve Cleary said: “Thank you for making my day.”
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Bronagh stated: “I have actually chuckled at this for 2 days now. Fantastic.”
While others made chippy associated gags.
Mr Malky stated: “Sossidge supper.”
David Coles stated: “Definitely he ought to know the menu by now. Fish. Chips. Sausages. Job done.”
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