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Dwayne Johnson Lookalike Can Be Hired to Help You Move

My Baggage, a luggage delivery service, is offering a new moving package where interested customers can hire a Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson lookalike.

A luggage delivery service, is now offering a moving service in which a Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson lookalike is available for hire. Johnson is a universally recognizable star, appearing in the Fast & Furious franchise, the Jumanji films, and DC’s upcoming Black Adam. He’s also known for being 6′ 5″ with an overly muscular physique. Johnson made headlines in the last few weeks when pictures of another doppelganger, Alabama patrol officer Eric Fields, went viral. Now, it looks like the delivery company wants to capitalize on the Johnson lookalike craze for themselves.

As reported by CBR, the company, called My Baggage, is offering a unique new service on their website, where customers can get “full assistance from ‘The Rock’ lookalike” with “front-row tickets to the gun show.” A half-day of service is $500, and a full day will run you $750. Along with a lookalike moving your belongings, the service allows “‘The Rock’ to text you with updates about your baggage” through a complete tracking system. The posting, while seemingly real, is written with a humorous tone that plays into the nature of the service with lines like, “Speaking of Fast and Furious, apparently, the films were named after The Rock’s luggage removal technique, but you didn’t hear that from us.” However, the My Baggage service also comes with the disclaimer below:

“If you notice that your ‘Rock’ looks more like his long lost cousin, try not to be too disappointed. Let’s be honest, it’s the closest you’ll get to him.”

The Rock Dwayne Johnson in Jumanji, Fast Five, and Jungle Cruise

Related: How WWE Prepared The Rock To Become An Action Movie Star

Given that Johnson is one of the hardest working men in Hollywood, with forthcoming projects like Red Notice and DC League of Super-Pets, it’s unlikely customers expect Johnson himself to show up. Still, a disclaimer never hurts as preemptive coverage for My Baggage when their lookalike ends up not looking that much like the star. Even the photos provided on the My Baggage website only offer a match in muscle tone. However, anyone looking to experience My Baggage’s “The Rock” moving service can fill out a form on their website, though the final product may vary from Dwayne Johnson’s actual appearance.

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Source: My Baggage (via CBR)

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