Whether it's real-time traffic or a 360 degree panoramic view, Google Maps is perfect for a lot of things.
The street view tool, which was launched in 2005, is also used for really different purposes too.
Previously, users caught a woman in an embarrassing situation outside her home in the US.
On another occasion, Google Maps left viewers spooked when it discovered a mysterious sight on a cliffside in Mexico.
Now the handy tool has come across a questionable sight of a man who is walking in the park on a sunny day.
In the photo, it shows the sun shining over the man's head.
But if you look closely at the image, you're probably wondering how there's three men wearing the same clothes.
They're all wearing a checkered shirt with jogging bottoms and a pair of trainers.
Posting on Reddit, a Google Maps user said: "Me, myself and I."
When zooming into the image, you'll even see the three men look exactly the same.
However, it's not a set of triplets walking behind each other in the park, there's an explanation.
As the clothing gives it away – unless it's a sheer coincidence – the Google Maps tool suffered a common glitch.
The street view tool creates the images by stitching together together the 360 degree image sets submitted by the users.
So that's when small errors can easily happen.
The man would have been walking in the shot while the camera was taking the images.
Another reason why it could be a glitch is because the tiling on the floor is uneven as the photo was taken.
Google Maps suffers from technical glitches sometimes and we've seen it happen before.
Previously, a glitch had viewers thinking something mysterious happened to two cars on the road.