Jungle Cruise star Dwayne Johnson, 49, agreed that he is also impressed by the uncanny resemblance to an Alabama doppelgänger. “Oh shit! Wow,” tweeted Johnson on Monday, reposting a photo of himself and Patrol Lt. Eric Fields.
Dwayne Johnson reacts to a viral resemblance to a cop
“Oh shit! Wow,” tweeted Johnson on Monday, reposting a photo of himself and patrol lieutenant Eric Fields, which has gone viral online with more than 13,500 likes. Both bald, muscular men sported easy smiles in the images with aviator sunglasses.
“The guy on the left is way cooler,” he continued, referring to Fields. “Stay safe bro and thanks for your service. One day we’ll drink @Teremana and I need to hear all your” Rock stories “because I KNOW you have them,” he joked, promising to raise a glass with his signature. tequila.
The similar connection first surfaced online with an MCSO Facebook post two weeks ago, when a local man asked another law enforcement officer to meet with the officer “who people say looks like ‘The Rock.’ ”
Fields, 37, was moved by the request and stopped by Hartselle’s Walmart for the meet-and-greet.
“Tyler is one of his many workers and it was great to meet him and some of his buddies,” the MCSO wrote, posting a photo of Fields and the fan, which has since received more than 3,000 likes.
Fields, a 17-year veteran of the sheriff’s office, told AL.com that this isn’t the first time people have said he looks like the movie star.
“I’ve been called the love child of The Rock and Vin Diesel,” he told the media outlet. “I agree. It’s funny. It’s flattering. I could be worse people, I guess,” he joked about the “running joke” in the area.
Fields, a sheriff’s deputy, previously worked in the jail, in investigations, in the special victims unit and with children in distress.