, Dwayne Johnson’s policeman doppelgänger reveals how he feels about being compared to the actor, The Nzuchi Times News

Dwayne Johnson’s policeman doppelgänger reveals how he feels about being compared to the actor

Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson‘s doppelgänger appeared on Today Extra this morning to discuss what it’s like to resemble the action star.

Patrol Lieutenant Eric Fields became a viral sensation last week when a photo of him looking just like the former wrestler did the rounds on social media.

Fields — a law enforcement officer in Morgan County, Alabama — has since found himself trending online, much to his surprise.

“It’s been good, it’s been a lot of positive contacts with the public,” he said on the program. “Usually, when we show up, it’s not anything good. Now I get a lot of good positive contact with the public so we can better unite as a community, and that’s a good thing. It’s been fun, though.”

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Fields also told hosts David Campbell and Belinda Russell he has long been a fan of Johnson and his movies.

“I like what does and he seems to be a positive kind of guy,” he said. 

Watch the above video for the full interview. 

, Dwayne Johnson’s policeman doppelgänger reveals how he feels about being compared to the actor, The Nzuchi Times News

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, Dwayne Johnson’s policeman doppelgänger reveals how he feels about being compared to the actor, The Nzuchi Times News

The photo of Fields was first posted to the Facebook page of the Morgan County Sheriff’s Department on August 21, but it was soon turned into a TikTok video that has since clocked up close to two million views.

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The original post has also caught the attention of Johnson himself, with the star weighing in on their uncanny resemblance.

“Oh s–t! Wow. Guy on the left is way cooler,” the actor referenced Fields as he reposted the image. “Stay safe brother and thank you for your service. One day we’ll drink @Teremana and I need to hear all your ‘Rock stories’ because I KNOW you got ’em.”

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